Hospedaje El Virrey

Tarapaca 945, Pucallpa, Peru | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by ebzh on Feb 27, 2014

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... and went to the market to do my food shopping for the week. Not much and nothing too exciting, few potatoes, rice, vegetables and 4-5 fruits, some tea bags and that's it. That would do my 2 daily meals. Here we go on a pirogue for a 45 minutes trip to reach Santa Clara, small village near Pucallpa where my maestro lives with his family. The people living there are Shipibos, name of the tribe.
We do the presentation, everyone seems nice and all the family live in ...

Day 11: Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by msj322 on Jan 29, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... presence after a huge migration to Peru back in the 1950's. We had a typical ceviche plate (4th time in 4 days) for an appetizer, and I ordered a pan fried fish with a Japanese touch. I finished up some final things at work, and to the airport we went.

Pucallpa (pronounced pool ka pa) is located about 300 miles north east of Lima. The flight only takes an hour and flies directly over the Andes mountains. To ...

The Living, the Poor, and the Innocent

A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Oct 17, 2013

1 comment

... 8217;s eyes were as glazed as glass.

The mother of the child, upon returning home, took the baby into a room where all her children collected. She continued to wail and beg her son to revive; the sadness was contagious. Only the aunt possessed the requisite composure to procure a rickety coffee table, a white cover, and a pillow to make a makeshift viewing stand in the middle ...

Teacher, Teacher!

A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Oct 02, 2013

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Yesterday was my first day as an English teacher at the Ucayali Adventist School in downtown Pucallpa. The school is a K-12 school that is located in the heart of the city of Pucallpa. There is a large metal door that blocks the entrance to the school that ...

No Lights, No Rules

A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Sep 30, 2013

... of the day. The residents here in Pucallpa are accustomed to power outages, so life trucks on in the city center with shops being run by generators. One of the stores we frequent regularly is called La Muyuna- it is an ice-cream shop with free wi-fi that is remarkable cold, thus making a good place to patronize and relax.



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