Los Gavilanes Hotel

Address: Jr. Ipuatia #370, Pucallpa, Peru | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Pucallpa

        Machu Picchu

        A travel blog entry by cthetravellady on Aug 25, 2014

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        ... it quickly which is why evidence was left as to how some things were built and what some things were used for.

        Probably 500 people lived here. Each day now there are 4000 visitors and because of that, Unesco would like to reduce or remove visitors to the site. Peru wants it to remain open because of the huge tourist dollars ...


        A travel blog entry by ebzh on Feb 27, 2014

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        ... his wife goes the 3d day to the next village to get some fresh batch from his son (learning shaman) that apparently has recently made some strong ****. That day I met a French guy that was spending some days with his son and tried that Ayahuasca and he confirmed, this one made him travel far and see visions. Cool, good stuff, let's try this one.
        3rd night, 3rd ceremony, new mix an a bit more of it. It does taste a bit fresher and stronger, not bad actually. ...

        The Living, the Poor, and the Innocent

        A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Oct 17, 2013

        1 comment

        ... he was still warm, but his eyes had that unmistakable aimless stare that I have seen many times in deceased patients during my time as a volunteer at the hospital. It is a subtle drooping of the eyelids and a blank stare that tells that the processes of the mind is are no more. I am convinced that the spark of life resides in the eyes (more than even the listlessness of the body), and this ...

        Ucayali and the Bee

        A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Oct 11, 2013

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        ... with them and relating with them in their native language are manifold. In this instance, I am doubting if actions really do speak louder than words, because in Peru, Spanish, for me, is everything; I am grateful that I can serve in this linguistic faculty while here in Peru, and I am grateful to the Peruvian people for also helping bring me closer to a language that I had never really ...

        No Lights, No Rules

        A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Sep 30, 2013

        ... had no flagpoles here at Km 8, so the Doctor ordered Mauro to get to it. In less than 20 minutes we had two "flagpoles" (really just long pieces of wood) and were ready to start with Pathfinders.

        Power outages in Pucallpa are a common occurrence. Yesterday the power went out at around four in the morning and was out for ...

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