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January 5, 2007

Titicaca Boat

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A few days ago, I posted a rowing boat in Essaouira now here is a slightly simillar small boat in a completely different setting at Lago Titicaca, Peru.

2 Responses to “Titicaca Boat”

  1. Carol Best Says:

    Your pictures are astounding…simply breathtaking, thank you for
    displaying them on your website. Carol Ann Best…

  2. Anonymous Says:

    no this is not no mapel flower you know 9 year olds are not dumb

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