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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      Amazon's World of Water, Hallucinogens, and Moses

      A travel blog entry by samcohon on Apr 02, 2015

      8 comments, 14 photos

      ... and Cambodia and South America—that it is clearly a global religious practice. Take the previous religions’ holy places, rework them to whichever degree you wish, and remake them into your own sacred space.

      There is an inherent danger here of the local people actually continuing to worship their old god or gods in the guise of having converted to the new faith. That remains a challenge for the new religious overlords on any continent and in any ...

      Day 280: Patacocha, Iquitos, and Tarapoto, Peru

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 30, 2015

      15 photos

      ... actually a national park. This "national park" is where many of the rehabilitated animals from the various "rescue centers" go when they are in good shape... Only to fall back into terrible shape in their prisons... I digress. Anyway...). Giving the people rainforest land seems wrong but this is where they live and were born and raised. This is what they know and they want to stay here and I can't blame them. So, it's either the Belem slums or chop the rainforest. This is ...

      Day 273: Iquitos, Peru... Finally!

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 23, 2015

      14 photos

      ... some of the French people from the boat. We chatted for a while and we took them to see our hostel but they already had reservations at a different one so they left after a little while. When they left, I FaceTimed with one of my close Vermont buddies, Steves. Steves and I had an awesome time catching up and sharing stories. It was so nice to talk with a friend from back home in person (sort of). After the conversation, I walked back into the ...

      Marañon River / Amazon River / Ucayali River

      A travel blog entry by steve.caroline on Mar 09, 2015

      8 photos

      ... lower than we expected due, as explained to us, to the fact that most of the area we can see from the boat is flood plain. The river is high at the moment but will rise another 6 ft. by May. The nutrition for plants and trees is in the first 8 to 10 inches of the ground with 'dead' clay underneath. Apparently on firmer ground the canopy rises another 40 feet or so.Pink and grey Dolphins come and play around the boat as the engine churns up the mud and the molluscs that they ...

      Trippin' Balls In The Amazon.

      A travel blog entry by geekabroad on Sep 15, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Great for privacy but it also meant a hefty walk through the jungle every time a group activity was scheduled at the main site.

      Throughout the day, I caught fleeting glimpses of the elusive Don Lucho. He would be toiling away in the background, dressed very unassumingly in t-shirt and shorts.

      Before the ceremony was due to start, we each had a flower bath – a mix of carefully selected jungle flowers in a basin of water – to cleanse ourselves. It ...