RIO Hotel Casino & Spa
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free airport shuttle
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Travel Blogs from Pucallpa
... a bit, etc.). The night is hot and heavy, a storm is happening far away. Hard to cancel because of the new shaman probably already on this way. I was anyway quite happy to leave the next day and move on so let's do it.
Lights are arriving from the other hut and the only thing I want right now is some sleep. On top of that, the brother couldn't make it, he would come tomorrow. Well, whatever, let's take the good dose straight away tonight and let's try ...
... give her best to her child in life only to have to settle for the minimal in death. I sensed this concept with this hapless family, but I am no expert.
After a prayer with the family and the promise of eternal salvation in the end of times, we left this disconsolate gathering to the task of mourning privately for a child that traveled so briefly through this world of the living.
... is a commonplace diversion, but while in Peru, I assured her, I will be act like a good Peruvian and not patronize the theater. When in Rome…
Today I drove a pregnant woman to the hospital in the Amor van. She was, in the words of the Doctor, about to "give the light" (dar la luz). An aside about driving: Driving in Pucallpa is pure adrenaline and I usually relish the opportunity. ...
... such a quantity of rain as Pucallpa receives in a few hours, would replenish my water-starved state. If only there were a way of herding clouds, or at least convincing a few from here in Peru to venture northwest and indulge California in a much needed bath. Quixotic thinking, I suppose.
One thing that I have been amply exposed to here in Peru is the conservatism that pervades ...
... with all its pungent glory. In this market, booths of individual sellers vie with each other in displaying their goods. The market has some plan in that meats are sold with meats in one section, fish in another section, and so on. My friend Raphael and I strolled by the fish and stared in morbid fascination at the plethora of river fish that were on display; they were ...