I have been several days travelI still have not landed my conscience if I have already returned. But here I send you some of the best of this tour that includes the socialization of agreements for this last phase called "sustainability". Since the trip was with other colleagues, I had time to join the themes of Local Economic Development ... even as a cultural attaché.
I leave some photos in acceptable format for blog purposes.
This first photo is of an interesting lagoon, in the background the fertile slopes upholstery with tall vegetable.
A boy in rubber boots plays on the edge of the lagoon.
|A couple of farmers plowing and passing potatoes. My mother recommended this work to my younger brother if he did not apply.|
This is a communal valley, the Indians have small imaginary plots, where they place a stake and tie their cow to graze. The spots that are seen in the background are cows like the one in the foreground and the transparent tone of the photo is not a Photoshop effect, it is common fog in a valley above the 1,800 msn in the tropics.
An indigenous girl pulls a rebel cow. Lagoon species are natural sources of water that drain the valley.
|Known as La Chorrera, an impressive waterfall over 100 meters. The path is right in the fall and the interest it produces is almost the same feeling as the first three paragraphs of "One Hundred Years of Solitude".|
|It is barely visible, but it is a dish of freshly slaughtered Indian hen, tortillas from the comal, rice and beans ... although the traditions of these Indians include tadpoles in their diet.|
|A girl dreams on the second floor of a colonial building, at the 2: 29 am an earthquake on the Central American coast left some cracks ... and us a scare systematized.|
A municipality where we will do the cadastre, for the first time technified.
An almost running Indian mother reminded me that my Benq camera ... is still great with the digital zoom.