Peru

Mosa Boruah and his wife, Eleanor, traveled in June to the Peruvian Amazon. During a piranha fishing excursion, the couple spotted this "banana boat" as they entered the Napo River, a tributary of the Amazon. "Our guide said those types of boats were called 'banana boats' because their main cargo was ferrying bananas from Ecuador," Mosa said. "If you look closely in the cargo hold, you can see it is filled with bananas!" The Diamond Bar resident used a Nikon D3100.

( Mosa Boruah / April 25, 2014 )

Mosa Boruah and his wife, Eleanor, traveled in June to the Peruvian Amazon. During a piranha fishing excursion, the couple spotted this "banana boat" as they entered the Napo River, a tributary of the Amazon. "Our guide said those types of boats were called 'banana boats' because their main cargo was ferrying bananas from Ecuador," Mosa said. "If you look closely in the cargo hold, you can see it is filled with bananas!" The Diamond Bar resident used a Nikon D3100.

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