An 18hr bumpy, dusty, rather upright bus ride along 'The Death Road' - not an experience I want to ever repeat! But Ruurenabaque was worth it thank goodness:)
Me making friends with a Macaw on the bus - he took a shining to me and was ruffling his feathers, cooing and talking - he just bit Josh and Yoni, LOL!
A whole family of 4 on a motorbike!
The mirador pool
View from the pool
Josh on the trampolines
Yoni on the trampolines
Josh playing on a pink pony in the pool - this is for you B and Megs!
Me and a puppy on the street in Rurranabaque
DOLPHIN TRAVEL 3 DAY PAMPAS TOUR!
Stork - good Zoologist eh!
Crazy multicoloured lizard - for Lee!
Caiman - not sure if a Black Caiman?
Yellow Squirrel Monkeys
This monkey came really close to me, I asked 'Why are you putting your ears back' and he started throwing himself up and down and screeching - i nearlly fell out of the boat!
Sunset at the mirador
Us swimming with a baby dolphin - me on the right doing an impression of a bird we had seen a lot, Dave was doing it too - honest!
Josh and Dave with matching hats
Sunrise on the Pampas tour
Josh with cute little boy at the river 'lodge'
HEADING TO TUMUPASA (A REMOTE JUNGLE VILLAGE)
Croosing The River Beni
The dog that got on the boat with us and came across the river - he thought i was his owner apparently!
A logging lorry from a New York company!
Sunset in Tumupasa and children playing
After the worst bus journey of South America on the way to Rurrenabaque, I cringed at the thought of another one of the same, but the only other option was to fly.........so bussing it we did, and it actually was ok - a huge improvement Now time for the dentist in La Paz!