Wine and spirits, beer in the cooler in back, yes Budweiser too
They had caught a couple of rays, both pregnant
Pushing out the little ones
Judy holding one
Returning them to the sea
Driftwood stump -top and bottom photos
Doughnut cart on the beach----tough job but somebody has to do it
More copyright infringement
We met this lady, Lezley from the US, lives in Ecuador about 12 hours north of Playas. You can get a coconut on the beach to drink the milk. It's clear, more like water than milk.
Then the vendor cuts it open and you eat the coconut meat
This is just a picture of shells on the beach, Judy thought we should make a jigsaw puzzle out of it
Last but not least, we got opening season NFL broadcast on tv. Who else but the worlds favorite team, you are correct, the Dallas Cowboys.
This next picture is for the "haters" out there, you'll love it We both know who you are!!!Then we move over to the coast for a couple of hours
This is one side of the road, on the other side is this
We stopped in Sullana for the night, nice little down town pedestrian only walkway
I had read that there were huge numbers of tuk-tuks in Peru, but I didn't expect this
This doesn't even come close to giving you an idea of how many there are. Multiply by 1000
We left Sunday morning and rode through the desert I mentioned earlier
This was a stretch of desert that was 130 miles of absolutely nothing out there. This is the first gas station you come to when you hit civilization again.
So, here we are in Peru. Glad to be travelling again and I'm sure you're glad to be getting some pictures again. Let's see where the road takes us in this country, check back in a few days for an update. Until then I leave you with this