Amazon Apart Hotel
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This morning went to get a haircut in town, £2.50 it cost me, not bad. Then went to a few shops and while we were stopped at the lights this lassie in the motokar next to us said to me 'Dame Suerte' and touched my head, this means give me good luck! And then later some other kid said something to me and they all laughed. They don't see many white people ...
... hard. It weird to say that because if you saw this guy's home you would be appalled by what you saw. The living conditions are absolutely terrible, especially for a whole family to be squeezed in the two rooms they live in. Darwin also told me that the Peruvian government is giving away free land in Patacocha (where Jim is building his farm) in order to get them out of the slums of Belen and have land in order to provide crops and better lives for themselves and their ...
... my favorite), Camu Camu (tasted like lemonade), Acaí (haven't had it since Brazil!), and aguaje (a popular palm fruit in Iquitos). They were so cheap that we got one of each and tried them all and most were delicious. Then we went for dinner to a small table set up on the street with empanadas and different types of tamales. We had read about this place being the best street food in Iquitos and it didn't disappoint. The food was incredible and ...
... with 5,000 points. I ended up winning the championship.
After all of that fun, we went on a boat trip again looking for more animals in the rainforest. While observing the wildlife, we saw world smallest toucan, White-eared Jascumar and the world smallest monkey, Pocket monkey. We also saw iguana and many other birds. After that, we returned back to the lodge and started packing. We ate fish for lunch…a perfect ...
... to shaman. I expected robes, beads, candles and a little man with a shaved head and round spectacles.
My ceremony began with an introduction to Juan who was dressed in jeans, polo and trucker’s cap. The recycled juice bottle of brown liquid on the table in front of him added to my concern.
First impressions can be deceiving.
Juan is a master shaman who was giving with his smiles and understanding as I explained my intentions for ...