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Travel Blogs from Leticia
... almost deafening, sunset spectacle at the Parque Santander as thousands of screeching 'pericos' (parrots) arrived for their nightly rest in the park's trees. Culinary highlights in Leticia included the local fish 'gamitana' and 'pirarucu'.
We felt obliged to make another excursion into the Amazon Rainforest and headed to Puerto Narino for a day, a charming small town 60km up the Amazon from Leticia and an ...
... middle and lower deck. The top deck of the boat had open space and minimal seating... But at least there was a shotty antenna television so that we could tune into the world cup games.
Food consisted of hot dog buns with cheese and butter with hot chocolate for breakfast (everyday), beans with rice and pasta and chicken for lunch (everyday) and a meal with options similar to the lunch options for dinner (everyday). Meals were served in a ...
... cruises and jungle trips but the prices were very high since there was not much demand for them, so we didn't end up going for one. We had another good dinner with that couple and tried pirarucu, a local fish which was very tasty. After a good few relaxing days we went back to Leticia airport to get our exit stamps in our passports (it's stupidly the only place you can do it), armed ourselves with 3 bottles of rum and lots of snacks and said goodbye to ...
... did not!
After getting our passports stamped by the police, we took a cab to Leticia (which has pretty much merged with Tabatinga, the boder is a row of witches hats) to our new hostel, an eco hostel surrounded by small lakes, trees, shrubs, wildlife. Edith, Valerie, Lala, Kordi and Miriam were also staying at this hostel on our recommendation. Once we had checked in, we had to make our way to Leticia Airport in order to be stamped into Colombia, and then ...
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Episode 101 - Pilot Original Air Date - Feb 12 2014
Tim and Janelle touch down in Leticia, one of the towns known as the triple frontier, they are amazed at how humid it is, and notice that they even have sweat between their fingers. Meanwhile, they don't know how they will get to their hotel and its only upon leaving the airport (after paying arrival tax) ...