El Sauce Resort

Address: Sauce, Jr Leticia s/n, Tarapoto, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sauce, Jr Leticia s/n, Tarapoto.
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Travel Blogs from Tarapoto

Day 270: Tarapoto and Yurimaguas, Peru

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 20, 2015

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... mototaxistas) weren't allowing anyone to pass in a motor vehicle. And so, we took our things from the van and started hiking. It was hot and a bit late in the day to be walking 17km with 18kg and a guitar on my back. Luckily, after being ignored by all the passing trucks and mototaxistas for a while, it seems the barrier broke and all of the sudden a group of mototaxis came down the road and one stopped to pick us up. We drove for about ten minutes (the tuk-tuks are a ...

Day 269: The journey to Tarapoto (continued)

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 19, 2015

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... all in one day so I don't think it's on the same level. The car ride to Yurimaguas was pretty awesome... That was the last sentence I wrote before we stopped on this very car ride because large rocks had fallen on the street. It was like a sick joke or something. 3 landslides in one day!? Our driver and I hopped out to help remove some rocks from the road. We even had to tie a rope to one larger rock that we couldn't move and then tied ...

Toilet training on a careening overnight bus

A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Mar 03, 2015

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... Marc flailed like an epileptic and it ran off, we all had a huge laugh at his expense again, and he begged me not to add it to my blog...promise kept buddy (candy ass).

So we arrived in Tarapoto, got our gear, found a tuk tuk and headed to the bus terminal just outside of the city limits. We arrived at 2pm which meant a 3 hour wait, no big deal. We got our bus vouchers and checked in our backpacks and went off to forage for food stuff. We ...

The Black Leonardo

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 01, 2014

2 photos

... what I know by watching and loving everything.”

Enrolling in Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, Carver supported himself through his skill as a laundryman by doing shirts for students, then transferred to the Iowa State College of Agriculture. There among his most lasting impressions was the statement of his best-loved teacher, Henry Cantwell Wallace, editor of the popular Wallace’s Farmer, that “nations endure only as long as their ...

News and Housekeeping

A travel blog entry by beebcity on Feb 06, 2013

... of ten grains of rice for every three scoops of any Indian curry. When at Mexican restaurants, Kendra eats her rice and Lydia eats Kendra's beans. You get the idea. After being in Hispanic countries where rice is a major staple, and the fact that when cooking for ourselves we can only afford pasta and rice, she has now acquired a taste for the stuff. The other day, she even bought a bag of it to switch it up from our pasta routine. Hurray!
To continue with the food ...

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