Hospedaje La Pascana

Address: Pevas 133, Iquitos, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pevas 133, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Quistacocha Zoo, Belen, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Iquitos

    Amazon's World of Water, Hallucinogens, and Moses

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Apr 02, 2015

    8 comments, 14 photos

    ... beings find certain spots to be more spiritually inspiring than others. High places, caves, bodies of water, places the sun strikes in the right way at the right time, beautiful settings that would be spiritually elevating even without aesthetically pleasing structures built upon the. All of these automatically attract human religious development.

    Second, since local—indigenous—people already view these as places of spiritual power and ...

    Day 280: Patacocha, Iquitos, and Tarapoto, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 30, 2015

    15 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Day 273: Iquitos, Peru... Finally!

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 23, 2015

    14 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Trippin' Balls In The Amazon.

    A travel blog entry by geekabroad on Sep 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... retreat, we were given an orientation of the area and a list of important instructions to follow during our week-long stay. Chief amongst these was the Ayahuasca diet, or “dieta”. To ensure the full benefits of the plant medicine – and because some foods could be dangerous when combined with Ayahuasca – a strict eating plan needed to be enforced.

    This meant:

    • No spices.

    • No salt.

    • ...

    We Need Less School, Not More

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Aug 26, 2014

    2 photos

    ... or later impinges on everyone else’s consciousness. The effects of this constant attention make all, rich or poor, feel important, because the only way importance is perceived is by having other folks pay attention to you. You can buy attention, of course, but it’s not the same thing. Pseudo community life, where you live around others without noticing them, and where you are constantly being measured in some way by strangers you find offensive, is exactly the opposite. ...