La Casona De Leymebamba

Address: Jr. Amazonas 223, Chachapoyas, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jr. Amazonas 223, Chachapoyas, is near Revash.
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      Travel Blogs from Chachapoyas

      The Specter of Adolescence

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Oct 17, 2014

      ... for hundreds of thousands of years....In our cities there is no more day or night or heat or cold. But there is overpopulation, thralldom to press and television, total absence of purpose. All men are constrained by means external to them and to ends equally external. The further the technical mechanism develops that allows us to escape natural necessity, the more we are subjected to artificial technical necessities. - Jacques Ellul


      Moyobamba to bellavista day eight, or is it seven?

      A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Oct 13, 2014


      ... sight - a tourist mini bus came flying past with a dog sitting up in the luggage well of its roof rack. I guess someone must have put it up there, but it didn't seem at all unhappy.
      We stopped to let the engine cool in not a particularly beautiful spot but all we could hear was jungle bird song. Tweets and whistles and melodic gargling sounds. Also, as we drive along we notice that smells change. Sometimes the air is so sweet you wish you could bottle it.

      Waterfalls, Rain and Loud Peruvian Pop Music

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... a little later on that a group of twenty Peruvian teenagers and two Peace Corps volunteers caught us up. The volunteers knew Rebecca and were off to Pedro after Yumbilla, so I described Dad and told then to go and say hi.

      We exited the private forest and rejoined the track from Gocta and walked carefully through the mud en route to Yumbilla. The mud was now where near as thick and slippery as what I had experienced when climbing up to San ...

      Sarcophagi, Fountains of Blood, Horseback

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Sep 28, 2014

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      ... stepped over these ruins, suddenly we heard some cries from down below. It was the other guide with Dad and a long protracted conversation (in Spanish) echoed over the valley between him and Carlos. It soon became apparent that my father had fallen over or had damaged himself again. Carlos said it did not sound too serious but he would return to the view point and see what was happening. He immediately left.

      I and the other guide then started ...

      Gotchca Take The Plunge

      A travel blog entry by skdude on Sep 27, 2014

      ... thrown at us to entice us to stay. However across town we found a much more lively hostel even at 7 in the morning. With no discount forthcoming after trying for a while we decided to stay. As a small bonus we were also in time for the next trip to Kuelap, an ancient city on top of the mountain. After a dash to get food we were whisked on a two and a half hour journey to the mountain.
      Stopping on the way we wandered round a small town which had been ...