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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Welcome to a Park Called "Friendship"

Panama ~ January 11, 2006

La Amisad International Park is a World Heritage site, home to critiacally-endangered wildlife (including Baird's tapirs) and situated on the boundary between Costa Rica and Panama. We visited the Panamanian side and took an easy hiking trail through the magnificent rainforest. Animals were scarce here, but majestic and fascinating plants flavored our visit.

This blog is sponsored by Tapir and Friends Animal Store.

3 comments:

Jacob said...

Would you say "It's a jungle out there"?

Looks like fun and I'd guess you have some photos of those "majestic and fascinating plants," right?

So, you think my "elk" is a cow. Hmmm. I think you may be right. It's a rather strange creature anyway. But I dedicated it to you 'cause I figured you'd know what to do with it! :-)

Jacob said...

Me again. Re your question on Paree: Yes, I walked up the Arc d' Triomphe. And it damn near killed me. I was asked if I wanted to take the elevator, but I'm a strong and able man, so I proudly said, "No, thanks, I'll walk."

Big mistake! But I made it and we both took a bunch of pictures...

JM said...

I wish I was there...