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 youth. But that is just the beginning of it. If all our youth are uninitiated, then of course all our adults are uninitiated too. When one turns on the television, virtually everything one sees is designed for the adolescent mind, of all ages: Pow! Zap! Boom!, explosions, aggression, superficial sex, incessant change, shiny surfaces, ceaseless growth, the new, the fast, the ever youthful, the momentarily exciting. - Richard Tarnas


      First glimpse of Peru

      A travel blog entry by nomadzo on Oct 15, 2014

      ... the small, flimsy bit of paper they give you on arrival is essential for you to be able to leave the country. Mum loses hers almost instantly and fears that she may never be allowed out. However, luckily it transpires that you can replace it for about a tenner and after a long wait at the embassy in any of the big cities.
      After a couple of days spent in various buses, taxis, mototaxis and collectivos (shared ...

      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

      ... worship. Literally at the top of the mountain hundreds of circular houses are thought to have existed crowded next to each other. Walls again multiple times the height of a person it takes about 10 minutes to get to the second entrance. Whilst admiring the ruins we saw bones in the walls, sections of houses used to rear coy (guinea pig) and drainage pits. About half way through our walk we were engulfed in cloud which brought a jolly misery as we ...