www.smallworldadventures.com Yes that’s right, join a SWA kayak trip next season for free. We have decided to offer the chance of a free trip to our friends who we meet this year on the river as well as those of you who read about us on the blog. Actually anyone can enter, well almost anyone, […]
Here are some photos that Matt sent from the Feb. 3rd trip. All the photos are from the Jondachi, and they look great!I can see why you guys liked this run so much. Good work Matt.
¿DO YOU PLAY BEER FOR LIFE? (Poor Eric, he has just been beat at his own game by Dave the RMCP from Vancouver). This crew taught us a wonderful new game called ¨Do you Play Beer for Life.¨ The rules are far too complicated to explain on a blog, but just ask them about it […]
Ok, here is my attempt to catch us up to date with trips. January 14th-20th was a week off for Small World. Don, Larry, Jason and I (Darcy) did a little boating. We checked out a new (to us) run just outside of our valley that turned out to be quite a pleasant surprise! We […]
Ok, so it´s almost the end of January, and I´m just now getting around to posting about our first trip of 2007, but better late than never! Our first trip of 2007 was actually two trips at once, so the lodge was full of boaters and excitement. Although we paddled different rivers, we mostly traveled […]
SWA rung in the New Year with a great class III/IV trip. From December 30th, 2006 to Jan. 6th 2007 this lucky group got to paddle 2 years in a row in Ecuador. This crew from Oregon and Germany had great water levels and were able to get on some of the classic class III […]
This was our first time running this trip which spans both the eastern and western slopes of Ecuador’s Andes. We started out with two days on some of the western slope classics and then a day on a hidden gem of that region, the upper Rio Mulate. The Mulate really surprised me with the quality […]
Sponge Bob Pinata! That says it all.
Oh yea, I’m very thankful to be down here. I woke up today to clear skies, a great view of Sumaco Volcano which is halfway between our cabins on the Rio Quijos and Tena. I think I can speak for our group this week that they are thankful to be here as well. Yesterday at […]
I’ve been here in Ecuador for almost a month and Don for two weeks and we just finished our first trip. Before the trip we were doing all the usual stuff like visiting local buddies, stocking the bar at Cabanas Tres Rios, volunteering to help with the first river festival of the season on the […]