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Perú – People I met at Chontachaka

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Català: Bé, per fi, després d’un any…. he penjat totes les meves fotos. Per començar, pujo aquí les fotos de la gent amb la que vaig compartir aquells tres increïbles mesos. Van ser uns mesos molt intensos, vint-i-quatre hores al dia junts, compartint-ho tot. Així que va ser fàcil connectar amb molta gent i fer noves amistats. Vaig conèixer gent de molts llocs diferents del món, i vaig poder adonar-me de com no som diferents els del mal anomenat “primer món”. Gent d’EUA, Canadà, Nova Zelanda, Austràlia, Xina, Malaysia i de països europeus. Una cultura força similar amb una visió del món també comuna.

La gent del Perú va ser la que més em va sorprendre. Perú és un país enorme, amb una diversitat brutal, des de la selva a les muntanyes i la costa. Vaig poder viure les seves diferències, i vaig poder descobrir perquè volen canviar. Massa complicat i profund per descriure-ho aquí en un paràgraf. Però em sento molt afortunat d’haver pogut viure aquesta experiència on en tres mesos vaig poder ser part de les seves vides, em van obrir les portes de casa seva, i alguns van ser la meva família mentre era allà.

Òbviament, no vaig trobar només amistat, i quan menys m’ho esperava la Kimberley va tornar a la selva i vam decidir fer camí junts!

Bé, alguns no sabeu on era, així que us deixo un mapa per situar-vos. Aneu fent zoom enfora per fer-vos una idea del lloc:

English: Well, after a year (yes, a year!), I have finally uploaded all my pics from those three months in Peru that changed my life. Yeah, maybe I have been a bit lazy until now, but loads of changes in my life have made me stay unfocused 😛 But here they are. In this first post I will show some of the people I met in the jungle. I think they deserve to be the first, because they became my friends and I learnt a lot from them, made me enjoy my days there and we spent magic moments 😉

I met people from all around the world (Canada, USA, Denmark, Australia, NZ, Switzerland, Malaysia, England, Mexico, Italy, France…) and I could realise how not different we all are.

Then I met people from Peru, of course. I could see how big this country is and how different they can be and why they want to change. I won’t talk today about this, it is too deep and too difficult for me to summarise it here in a paragraph, but I am happy I could meet some people who became my family for three months, sharing all they had with me and opening their homes to me.

And then I found what the jungle had for me. I wasn’t sure that I could find the secret treasure… but I was very lucky. And since then Kimberley and I are together 🙂

I am sure most of you don’t know where I was in the jungle, so this is the point where we were (zoom out to see it with perspective ;):



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No surten tots els que van ser amb mi, car van ser molts, però és una mostra de l’ambient, les cares, i les emocions que vam compartir en un petit racó de la selva peruana.

P.D. 1. També he fet una galeria d’imatges amb les fotografies d’animals (no hèrptils) i paisatges de la zona on vaig estar. Cliqueu aquí per veure totes les fotos!

P.D. 2. en uns dies publicaré tot els hèrptils que vam trobar l’Òscar i jo a la Reserva. Espero que ho gaudiu!

Of course, they are not all of them… I met so many great people there… This is only some pics of some of the good moments there. 3 awesome months. Miss you all!

P.S. 1. I have also published a gallery with other photographies of the place, the Reserve, some animals and landscapes. You can see it if you click here.

P.S. 2. Next article will be about the reptiles and amphibians Oscar and I found and identified in the Reserve while we were there. I hope you will enjoy it!

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