Playa Muerto- Continued......
Here is the continuation of the Embera people in the Village of Playa Muerto.
If you come to this page first then here is the link for the other Playa Muerto Post: Playa Muerto, Panama
The view of Playa Muerto from a small hill beside the village.
A group of girls managed to snag some of the stickers from me. I gave up trying to give them out individually. The kids where better at picking them off then I was.
This is the Mother and Father of our Captain Adolfo. His mother is over 90 years old, while his father is over 106 years old. They are incredible people and where very gracious to allow me to take some photographs of them.
To see him walk out of his house to say hello at the age of 106 is humbling.
I got my own coconut to sip on. It was delicious!
This man was making some art work carving a very hard wood called Cocobolo.
The view looking down at Playa Muerto.
I was told that they make bread in this out door mud oven.
A typical village house. You can see they collect a lot of things that wash up on the shore. Anything that can be used will be used.
Outdoor bathroom. All the cloths laying around look kinda like a typical kids thing to do.
A lot of the people keep chickens under their homes. I also saw a small pig pen set up under one of the homes as well.
A nice looking roof on this house.
There are some solar panels through out the village and fashion and style never take a holiday!
My fellow tourist, Susie!