Hospedaje El Sitio

Ricardo Palma 541, Iquitos, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Iquitos

The Art of cocktail making - The Amazon

A travel blog entry by emezzy


... with the alcoholic beverages - I learnt the hard way lolz all round), the bar was on track for its biggest profit for the new year yet (This may have been the case if we were not free pouring, refrained from great bar deals (4-1 anyone? #greatvalue) and attempted to create amazing cocktails).

The very likeable Mr. Davin (A 24 year old teacher from Melbourne), who spent the majority of the trip either posing or pondering how ...

Jungling about

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos


... but they had the highest, most flooded wet season they'd seen for years! Good old snail.

We boated out to a calm part of the river and came to a halt. A mixture of pig-style oinking, clapping and calling later and the dolphins arrived. Two varieties: pink and grey, who apparently co-exist happily. Then came the moment of truth - time to get in! With several assurances from Raoul that there was nothing dangerous, including ...

'Deep in da jungle'

A travel blog entry by ninaandjack


... rainforest, with a view worthy of the opening credits to an Attenborough documentary. The heat and stifling humidity hit you as soon as you walk down the steps. Serious, serious heat and 100% humidity. Who knew that 100% humidity was even a physical possibility?! Amazingly our hostel had a pool and deliciously cold showers which we stood under approximately three times a day. Even the 10 minute stroll down to the plaza principale was a sweaty business. And a ...

Retraining as a pharmacist on the Itaya river

A travel blog entry by meggles


... until we gave in and either tried to teach them english or played with them.

In the evenings after another large meal from Raoul - lunch and dinner were normally rice and either meat, fish or chicken with vegetables, plantain or potato, bread, fruit and fruit juice. Occasionally with a spicey salsa Raoul had created, we sat around and played games splitting into teams and creating forfeits for the losing team. On one evening Cesar took us on a night boat ...

Iquitos, Peru (pop. 457,000) and the Amazon Region

A travel blog entry by brinndalton


... we figured 30 soles (about $12) a day would be a good price for our tour considering we had brought food and gasoline for the boat. I spent about 5 days total in the jungle and the various activities can be seen in the posted pictures. I enjoyed my time in both Iquitos and la selva (the jungle). It amazes me how differently people in the world live depending on their physical environment. Human will and adaptability are an incredible combination.



This hotel, located on Ricardo Palma 541, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Belen, Quistacocha Zoo, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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