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Calle Pevas 260, Iquitos, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Calle Pevas 260, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Belen, Quistacocha Zoo, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Iquitos

    Teach Your Children Well

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... daily misery around us is, I think, in large measure caused by the fact that, as Paul Goodman put it thirty years ago, we force children to grow up absurd. Any reform in schooling has to deal with its absurdities.

    It is absurd and anti-life to be part of a system that compels you to sit in confinement with people of exactly the same age and social class. That system effectively cuts you off from the immense diversity of ...

    Resurrecting Nikola Tesla

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... as defined by a golden spiral) is marked by megalithic sites and
    3. the pyramids sit on top creating vortices up and out of our orbit.

    He who receives Satan receives Jesus

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... We felt that the narrative was a turning-point in the evolution of the human psyche and that the projection into the narrative of the idea of betrayal was an artifice, in extremis of the psyche, to save itself from any shadow of co-operation in the drama. Here, it was felt was the account of the last game between the two players we had come to know so well: the "mythified" son of heaven and the "mythified" son of earth. And we became ...

    Iquitos and the Tapiche O'Hara reserve

    A travel blog entry by skannyboy on May 26, 2014

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    ... animals' so... We got fish for lunch every day though so it was fine and plus it was all tasty anyway so it was hardly noticed. Every day was a five 'o' clock wake up to catch the sunrise on the river and the jungle. We travelled usually for an hour or two through wetlands in order to reach dry ground to trek. This time was the best for spotting monkeys and sloths in the trees by the waterways. Once we hit a trail we would have second breakfast which ...


    A travel blog entry by dan51284 on Jun 13, 2013

    Arrived in Iquitos to the sound of a hundred tut tuts beeping their horns and walked through a market from the dock to reach the first roads we'd seen in a few days. Met a healer called Jeannie she shared her story of why she only has one arm. When she was 14 she had terminal cancer, she convinced her dad to take her to the amazon jungle because she said she wanted to spend her last days there. When her dad fell asleep she jumped in the amazon and swam with ...