Well, it may be the only picture linked in the embedded Panoramio layer, for now. But I assure you there are more. I know I have more myself.
The embedded layer in GE is still filling itself out, and taking a while to do it. If you want to see all the pictures, use the KML link file available on panoramio's site. You'll see a bunch more.
This little Tico had bullhorn speakers on the roof blaring political slogans. Its a pretty common sight in Peru. There always seemed to be an election going on. Or a marching band parade at some random time, like 10:30 on a tuesday morning.
Dirty Tony had wooden teeth and claimed to be a University student.
But he made a heck of a makeshift tourgide.
There are thousands of people buried under this cathedral. Most of the bones are sorted into bins in the catacombs.
Not much to do, except watch the river go by.
The lineups for food lasted for 2 hours.
This was the friendliest local on the boat. He couldn't speak much english, but he loved to talk. He loved telling us (in what english he knew) what he liked.
"Neil, Neil...Led Zepplin...ha ha...THE BEST IN THE WORLD!"
"Neil, Neil...Big Mac, Big Mac...ha ha...THE BEST IN THE WORLD!"
As we were floating down the Amazon in our Hammok boat, people living along the river would paddle up to the side and the passengers would throw them bags of food and old clothes. There aren't many supermarkets out here.
These are some great photos David!