The fertile land about 100km south of the Ecuadorian border lies at only 900m elevation and sports many, many rice farms.
Between Jaen and Chachapoyas.
This poster made us laugh, because most of our experience Northern Peru these last few weeks has been contrary to this rhetoric.
Translation (from my fledgling spanish)
The client is the person most important.
He [the client] is greeted
He is cared for
He is respected
To be fair, the customer service at the hostel where this picture was taken was very good. Hostal Karajia, I recommend it.
View of Chachapoyas
The view from the room in Hostal Karajia.
About 10km from Chachapoyas, a gorgeous view. See next few photos.
If only it helped..
Trash isn't what is tossed out, but rather it is the people who toss it.
Ancient Stepping Stones
This monument is huge.
The main entrance to the Kuelap Fortress.
Mirador at Kuelap
Settlement at Kuelap
Llamas at Kuelap
Engraving In Kuelap
A Colorful Cock
The 3rd highest waterfall in the world, or the 5th, or the 16th depending on who you ask. While it is pretty spectacular up close, I don't have any photos, for the spray would've destroyed my camera.
The small village before the Gocta falls.
Legumes and Corn!
So many varieties.
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