Hostal El Colibri

Address: Raymondi 200, Iquitos, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Raymondi 200, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Quistacocha Zoo, Belen, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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      Exploring along the Amazon River

      A travel blog entry by texasphil on Dec 25, 2014

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      Despite a serious lack of sleep after getting in late from celebrating Christmas with Nataly and Clara, I got up early and started a busy day. Remember, here Christmas is celebrated at midnight with family and friends and that's what we did. Fortunately, we were all too tired to stay out too late so I was able to get back to the hotel about 1:30 in the morning. Needless to say, the partying around town was still going strong as I walked back to my room.

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      Seeking the Golden Fleece Within

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Nov 25, 2014

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      ... time when we first encounter our own sense of mortality. The advent of youth includes necessary encounters with fate that can serve to awaken the inner character and intended identity of each person. Often such fateful events have the feeling of life or death, as if the revelation of who we are at the level of our soul is itself a “matter of life and death.” The defining events of our lives involve some sense of the mysterious and the weird touch of fate. As we begin ...

      Welcome to the Jungle...

      A travel blog entry by klartman on Nov 14, 2014

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      ... you walked gingerly through the buzzing hive of commercial activity. Stall-holders throw fish guts and alligator skins into the street, attracting not just dogs but vultures too. This is dirt to rival even India. Every third stall is selling raw chicken. Flies abound. Having entered the upper part of the market we wanted to check out the lower areas but were stopped from doing so by guards specifically employed to stop inquisitive tourists from getting mugged. A pacified ...

      We Need Less School, Not More

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... American ideals of privacy, variety, and individuality lies in the way we bring up our young. Children learn what they live. Put kids in a class and they will live out their lives in an invisible cage, isolated from their chance at community, interrupt kids with bells and horns all the time and they will learn that nothing is important, force them to plead for the natural right to the toilet and they will become liars and toadies; ridicule them and they will retreat from human ...

      The Amazonian Princess

      A travel blog entry by saminperu on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... br> The next day, we woke up around 9am to eat breakfast and quickly went back to the room to start our jungle walk! We had to wear these black rain boots, because the texture would work for the mud. At first I didn't know why we had to wear them, bur once we started walking I completely understood. The mud was about 2 feet deep, and slippery!!! We walked for about 2 hours to watch a tribe dance! The tribes name was Yaguar, and was a typical ...