I posted these in another thread but thought the general population might like to see them. If you have pictures from hammocks you've seen in your travels, post them here.
In the Amazon, hammocks are quite common. When we did our trip on the Amazon from Belem to Manaus, the boat we were on had three classes of service:
- Hammock class w/ no air conditioning
- Hammock class w/ air conditioning
- Cabins - extremely small but private.
The boat we were on:
Hammock class- w/ a/c:
The Veropeso in Belem is one of the largest markets in South America - picking up a hammock there is simple and inexpensive - around $6. I have no idea where mine is but next time I run across it, I'll see if I can't take pictures.
What have you seen in your travels?
"The pela-caras is a tall white man. Some say he is a gringo who enjoys killing and taking body parts, in particular faces. He strikes at night when one is alone."