Animism (the belief that natural phenomena, plants, animals and even objects possess souls and power) runs strong in many hunter-gatherer societies. It is also the origin of lots of magic and wizardry. That was also true for the Amazonian tribe we visited. Continue reading “迷信?|Superstition?”
That was my scariest experience throughout the whole trip.
Continue reading “不速之客 Unwanted Guest”
大家肯定很好奇，我們在亞馬遜住在哪裡？吃什麼？最重要的是 – 洗澡和 ⌈生理需要⌋ 如何解決？坦白說，我們住宿的環境還蠻豪華的。
You must be curious – where did we sleep in the jungle? What did we eat? And most importantly, how did we bath and deal with our “biological needs”? Tbh, our living environment was quite luxurious.
Continue reading “衣食住行 How did we survive in the Amazon?”
Caiman Lodge is one of the places that provide accommodation for tourists and scientists in Cuyabeno. It has a few cottages and some basic facilities. We stayed here for 4 days, mainly doing observations on rivers. In fact, after entering the room, I soon realized I could observe animals even without going outdoor.
Continue reading “Caiman Lodge – Animals 動物篇”
It’s not easy to penetrate deep into the forest. It took us 2 flights, 24hr in total, to get to Quito from the other end of the earth. Then an inland flight to Coca, and 4hr shuttle bus to the area of Cuyabeno. Continue reading “出航！Cuyabeno (Set sail for Cuyabeno!)”
小時候極度沉迷 National Geographic 和各種未解之謎。充滿謎團的亞馬遜，自然是我夢想要去的地方。但我經常說：「好想去亞馬遜，不過好像很容易死」因為書中的探險隊總是因為觸碰不知名植物的葉子、或者踩到(遍地都是的)毒蛇，就輕易地全軍覆沒。
於是，這個想法一直屬於「遙遠夢想」的級別。 Continue reading “「好想去亞馬遜，不過很容易死」“I want to visit the Amazon, but I could die easily””