CHARLIE & SADIE URBANOWICZ: PERÚ (MACHU PICCHU) AND GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS VISUALS

Dr. Charles F. Urbanowicz / Professor of Anthropology
Department of Anthropology
California State University, Chico
Chico, California 95929-0400
530-898-6220 [Office]; 530-898-6192 [Dept.] FAX: 530-898-6824
e-mail: curbanowicz@csuchico.edu / home page: http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban

3 November 2000

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© [Copyright: All Rights Reserved] IN JULY 2000, my wife (Sadie) and I, took the following trip (without any "extensions"): PART I: On July 6, 2000, we drove from Chico, California, to Sacramento, California, to spend the night and then flew to San Francisco, California, for a flight to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas. Flew out of Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas, into Lima, Perú then flew to Cuzco and took a train to Aguas Calientes then took a bus to Machu Picchu; reversed the process to return to Lima then flew to Guayaquil, Ecuador. PART II: Flew out of Guayaquil, Ecuador, to Baltra Island (South Seymour, north of Santa Cruz), then joined the M/V Rembrandt Van Rijn (184 feet long with crew of 16 and accommodations for 24 passengers) and sailed for seven days, with landings ("dry" and "wet") on Española, Floreana, San Cristóbal, Rabida, Bartolomé, North Seymour, Santa Cruz, and (again) San Cristobal. PART III: Flew out of San Cristobal back to Ecuador for flight back to Miami, Florida, then flew to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas; flew out of Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas, into Sacramento, California, then drove back to Chico, California on July 24, 2000.

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View of Machu Picchu, Perú @ approximately 8,000 feet [~2,438 meters].
Close-up of Machu Picchu, Perú.
The road to Machu Picchu, Péru.
 

The Urubamba River from Machu Picchu, Perú.
The Pucará (Fortress) of Sacsayhuaman, at approximately 12,000 feet [~3,658 meters] and ~800 feet [~244 meters] above the city of Cuzco, Perú).


The plan ofSacsayhuaman (also spelled as Saqsaywaman) with the distinctive saw-toothed walls at the top of the visual. [From: Graziano Gasparini & Luise Margolies, 1980, Inca Architecture (Indiana University Press), page 287]
The plan of Inca Cuzco, with the distinctive saw-toothed walled fortress of Sacsayhuaman (also spelled as Saqsaywaman) at the top of the visual. [From: Graziano Gasparini & Luise Margolies, 1980, Inca Architecture (Indiana University Press), page 46]
 

 


Airport, Isla Baltra (also known as South Seymour) Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.


M/S Rembrandt van Rijn at Sea, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
(Overall Length: 184 feet [56 meters] with cruising speed of 9 knots.)

 

Isla Santa María (also known as Floreana or Charles), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
View From Isla Bartolomé (looking towards Isla Santiago [also known as San Salvador or James], Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
 


Pepé The Tortoise, in Puerto Baquerizo Moreno (Capital of the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador), Isla San Cristóbal (also known as Chatham).
"Lonesome George" at the Charles Darwin Research Station, Puerto Aroyo, Isla Santa Cruz (also known as Indefatigable), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
Sole surviving species of Geochelone elephantopus abingdoni from Isla Pinta (also known as Abingdon Island), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
 

 
Marine Iguanas (Amblyrhyncus cristatus), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
Marine Iguana (Amblyrhyncus cristatus), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
 

 
Male Frigatebird (Fregata Minor), Isla Seymour Norte (also known as Seymour), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
Waved Albatross (Diomeda irrorata), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.

Blue-footed booby (Sula nebouxii), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
Land Iguana (Conolophus subcristatus), Isla Seymour Norte (also known as Seymour), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.

 
Lago El Junco, Isla San Cristobal (also known as Chatham), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
León Domido ("Kicker Rock") off Isla San Cristobal (also known as Chatham), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.


MISCELLANEOUS VISUALS:

 
Galápagos Penguin (Spheniscus mendiculus), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
Greater Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
 

Sea-Lions (Zalophus californianus wollebacki) , Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
Blue-footed booby and chick (Sula nebouxii), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
Sea-Lions (Zalophus californianus wollebacki) , Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
  


At the Charles Darwin Research Center, Puerto Aroyo, Isla Santa Cruz (also known as Indefatigable), Galápagos Islands, Ecuador.
At the Interpretive Center of the Servicios Parque Nacional Galápagos, Puerto Baquerizo Moreno (Capital of the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador), Isla San Cristóbal (also known as Chatham).
 


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