|I choose this picture because I look a little less old and a little less tubby|
From there, it was up the other sheer side of the valley. At the crest of the hill was the sad little town of Obando:
Obando had an archaeological site that consisted of two tombs of the type that would be expected to have San Agustín-type statuary. Sadly, for this town, its statuary was gone before it could be preserved. The golden contents of the tombs looted and the ceramics shattered.
|The tombs of Obando|
The Museo y Parque Arqueológico de Obando has an interesting diorama of Indian life, but the only reason to stop here is calm your nerves after the mountainside drive. Well, that and the fact that Obando is known for its "cuy."
|Obandicuy! Want some? Yummmmm.|