Thanks to Ben and Erica for getting me some more photos, so I could create a part 2 to their blog
Before putting in on the Jatunyacu River, we took a little side excursion up to an amazing Granite bedrock area of the river (much different from the geology just half a mile downstream where the river is wide-open and full of gravel bars). The Jatunyacu, often called the “Upper Napo,” is the last free flowing, major tributary of the Amazon in Ecuador. It drains from the Volcano Cotopaxi, and above the popular kayaking and rafting sections is extremely wild. Erica is enjoying a smooth place to sit and soak in the scenery.
Ah, yes, tropical boating at it’s best. Erica going kayaking in ONLY a capeline top!