I'm still thinking about that Amazon village visit. No, I don't mean the PowerPoint.
Walking several miles along the banks of the river where about 400 people live, we passed through clusters of small solidly built homes standing on stilts that placed their living spaces just above the wet season high water mark. Each home was unique. Several caught my eye.
Some had large porches.
All these buildings are within a couple miles of this location: -3.122102°, -59.873047°
If you have Google Earth installed on your computer, you can click here to view in Google Earth .
Architectural history students up for a little field work in the Amazon? Could these buildings be a thesis or dissertation topic?
Yours in appreciating the Not So Big House,