In August, O and I went to Iquitos - yes, back to Peru - and played on the Amazon. I do have pictures of some of that on my camera, but the best pictures are on my USB, which a friend borrowed and hasn't returned yet. We ate at a restaurant that is out in the middle of the Amazon River. That river is HUGE. It's like being on the ocean. The branch of the river that Iquitos is located on is called Momon, with the emphasis on the second syllable (mo-MON). I have a few more pictures, and will post them as I get them downloaded, hopefully.
So, in order of appearance, is what's happening in the pictures below:
First off, here are O and I at a touristy restaurant called "The Yellow Rose of Texas." It's owned by an American who came to Iquitos and couldn't leave. The atmosphere and service are great, but the food is just eh, so-so.