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Tom and Bob had the ultimate father-son adventure.


These are just a few of the hundreds of pictures that the

guys took on their epic trip to South America.


They flew from SeaTac to Atlanta, then to Miami, then Sao Paulo. They arrived in Sao Paulo at about 6:00 a.m., then flew to Campo Grande, where they boarded a flight to Corumb.

Near Corumb, there was a Jesus statue similar to the "Cristo Redentor" (Christ the Redemptor) statue in Rio de Janeiro.

Crossing the border into Brazil


This was the boat that the guys lived on for several days while fishing and exploring the Pantanal.

The intrepid fisherfolk

Heading out for a day of fishing with guide, Popo


Fish on! Click here for more pictures of

fishing in the Pantanal.

A caiman. Click here to see

more animals of the Pantanal.

Hyacinth. Click here to see

more flora of the Pantanal.


Click here for more pictures of South American sunsets.

Tom developed some rather gruesome maladies. He got to have some adventures in the South American health care system. Don't click here if you don't want to see the pictures! He recovered and the trip continued...

Click here for photos of Lima


Click here for pictures of Chinchero,

on the way to the Incan ruins

Town and ruins of Ollantaytambo.

Click here for more pictures of Olly.

Sacred Valley of the Incas



The road to Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu


Agua Caliente is the town at the foot of Machu Picchu, named for the local hot springs. It's a stop for the tourists traveling by train as well as for the tour buses.

The guys took lots of pictures of doors.

Last day: Fortress overlooking Cuzco

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