4.15.2010

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Iquitos in three pictures (the largest city in the Amazon Jungle).  More to come on the adventures around Iquitos like the floating village, an indigenous village, and the butterfly farm.  This place has so much to offer.
A building downtown built in the 1860's during the "rubber boom".
Houses built on stilts. The river rises a few meters during the rainy season.
Some of the giant bugs that lurk in shady places. 

For more info on Iquitos go here.

Also, I wanted to thank a few bloggers for giving me some awards!

Mere from Idle Banter, an adorable fashion blog.
Amy from Junghwa, if you aren't a follower already head on over.
Hope Chella, beautiful blog FULL of eye candy.
Kristina from Kristina Cipoll Photography, immaculate images.
Lisette from Sweet Lisette, she is so cute you almost want to hate her.  Almost.
Izzy from All Swamped in Flowers, a fashion and fun blog.

I am SO flattered by the awards!  Thank you so much for reading and it brings me much happiness to know someone out in blogland is actually enjoying my blabs!  

I want to pass the "Over the Top" Award to:

and
Thank you for inspiring me my lovelies!

21 comments:

jordanaa said...

aww wow i want to travel that is awesome i love your pictures great blog :)

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Claire Kiefer said...

I just read through your blog--great pictures! Though I'm a little bit terrified by the chicken foot soup . . . yikes! haha

sheer whimsy said...

love your blog. love your pictures...makes me wanna gallivant to the amazon!! :)

Josie said...

Thank you so much, love! I'm very, very flattered :)
xxoo Josie

lara said...

This pictures remenber me an interesting book, I really recomend you. "El rio de la desolación" Javier Reverte.

Little Bear Stories said...

thank you sooo much for my award! :) i'm so flattered, especially as i love your blog so much! x

Lily Riani said...

wow..... you are at a place where people thought of going but never dare to and will envy those who did.

Couture said...

Beautiful pictures!

beingdena said...

gorgeous girl thank you so much for the award. I adore your blog and look forward to every update.


Dena x

Sarah B said...

I always thought I would love to go to the amazon and while I have been really enjoying reading your posts about it - it think the giant bugs would really freak me out!!!

Sarah B said...

I always thought I would love to go to the amazon and while I have been really enjoying reading your posts about it - it think the giant bugs would really freak me out!!!

shari @ little blue deer said...

Oh, Rachael, everything looks so gorgeous there MINUS, of course, the bugs - eeeekk! What is it about us girls that makes us react this way? Honestly, I think men do it too, they just shriek on the inside! Anyway, thank you for treating us to your travels!

Hope you have a fabulous day, and if you get a chance, stop by and check out my Catherine Deneuve giveaway! XO!

Carina Joana said...

Aww I want to go there!!

tywo said...

Congratulations!
Thank you very much!
:)

LOVE!

Jo said...

Wow, that first building, beautiful!

fhen said...

your pictures make me want to travel much
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xoxo

OneCraftyFox said...

Oh WOW to those pics! Congrats on the awards. Keep on enjoying that fabulous trip :)

junghwa by amy stewart said...

Of course we enjoy your blabs. I look forward to your blabs. :) You are very welcome for the award.

Ooooh those buggies look so creepy! I am NOT a bug fan. At all. Lovely photos otherwise. ;)

Have a great weekend my dear!!!

Charlotta Ward said...

To imagine a big city in the jungle is amazing! The architecture of that building is fantastic - so detailed!

Congratulations on the award!
Well deserved.

x Charlotta

ANGELINA said...

great pictures!!!!I love this building in the first one!!
really amazing!!! <3
xx

Kakes said...

I inspire you? You inspire ME.
Thank you so much for this great honor!
xoxo

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