Hotel Amazon Garden

Pantoja 417, Iquitos, Peru | Hotel
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Resurrecting Nikola Tesla

A travel blog entry by chimichenga


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and then compares his findings to the imagery in the grand masonic lodge of philadelphia which essentially shows the same thing. There are two loose ends in the film and they are related to water and resonance.

He who receives Satan receives Jesus

A travel blog entry by chimichenga


... be perceived in its general context. The one single purpose of the myth is to reveal the possibility of YHWH's penetration into the human race (YHWH being considered in the sense given by the code).

In the beginning Cain, personifying "his father" YHWH annihilated Abel, the conditioned man, by his ...

A few days in the Amazon

A travel blog entry by franmullineux


... this time a fish farm. There they have enormous piranhas which you can feed, along with caiman (basically crocodiles which live in the Amazon - a scary thought when I'd been swimming the previous day!) and also paiche. Paiche are the biggest fish in the Amazon and the ones they had at the farm were certainly big - maybe a metre long, possibly longer. On the way back we stopped to see the dolphins again and go swimming - again we were out of sync with them as we'd had ...

Day 68 - Piranhas for dinner / Piranyes per sopar

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... red piranhas. We fished with a stick that had a fishing line attached to the end and a wire leader with a hook. The teeth of the piranha are really impressive so the wire leader is a must. Before we throw the line, we need to shake the water so the fish think it is a dying animal and attracts them. Piranhas are cannibals.

Dinner, of course, included piranha. Delicious. They are really nice to eat, although there is not a lot of meat: mostly bones and huge ...

A Little Jungle Time

A travel blog entry by jessandjim


... macaws (flying overhead), kingfishers and lots of others of which i don't know their names. We also saw a couple of large chameleons- our guide was very good at spotting well camouflaged animals. Later that day we went back to the main river and looked for river dolphins. There were two pods of mixed grey dolphins (which look like small common dolphins), and the pink river dolphins (which look like God gave the creation clay to his two year old and said- ...


This hotel, located on Pantoja 417, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Belen, Quistacocha Zoo, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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