Hotel Amazon Garden

Address: Pantoja 417, Iquitos, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pantoja 417, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Quistacocha Zoo, Belen, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Iquitos

I Love You (the buck stops here)

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Sep 10, 2015

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... adjustments and imitation in the service of an abstraction. The ironic thing is, nobody I knew growing up ever spoke of their job, much less their life in general, as some rendition of a dream - quite the contrary in fact. But that didn’t prevent those around me from spreading the gospel with fervor.

If you name me, you negate me. By giving me a name, a label, you negate all of the other things I could possibly be. - Soren Kierkegaard


A travel blog entry by kev1875 on Jul 21, 2015

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... our way home. In the evening we had our first game of pool since I arrived. Made up for it though as more folk arrived and we ended up playing (and drinking) for about 8 hours, until 3.30 in the morning. I didn't win though but these guys are good as for a lot of them it's all that they do everyday. Some work then come and play but others do nothing at all and instated play pool and drink. It's 4 soles an hour which is about a quid and a big bottle of beer is ...

Day 123

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Jun 04, 2015

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... to the ground and then legging it off. It was hilarious to watch. Spent about an hour there and we really enjoyed it. Then it was back to the hut to grab our bags and head to Iquitos. It took an eternity to get home but we made it back before it got dark so it was all good. Returned to the hotel we had stayed in a few days earlier and sat up and watched 'The Bachelor' for the night. ...

Day 257: Iquitos, Peru

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 24, 2015

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... think it, it probably exists at this market. Walking around the market was a thrill. Every stand sells at least something is westerners have never seen or heard of. I'm all about learning the names of everything I taste and try but I had to give up here. Some foods were easy to identify (beef, chicken, basic fruits, piranhas, castaña (Brazil nuts), alligator tail, etc., while others were more difficult: capybara meat, monkey meat, countless fruits and vegetables, fish I ...

Life in the Amazon basin

A travel blog entry by robin_frank on Feb 28, 2015

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... we passed on our way down the inlet. I have such good memories of visiting villages in Africa and what an insight they gave me into daily life. But it turned out to be a "tourist village" with the people in native dress. They performed some dances (not too interesting) and did a blowgun demo (very cool) and let us try it. Then we had an excruciating walk round their stalls, without buying anything. Both Marilyn and I were bitterly disappointed at not going to ...

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