RIO Hotel Casino & Spa

Av. San Martin 475, Pucallpa, 061, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. San Martin 475, Pucallpa.
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    A travel blog entry by ebzh on Feb 27, 2014

    21 photos

    ... 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 ...

    The Living, the Poor, and the Innocent

    A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Oct 17, 2013

    1 comment

    ... from the clinic to the main highway, but about three-fourths of the way to the main highway, I heard the mother start wail. At the time I thought she was just audibly expressing the anguish that any desperate mother with a gravely-ill child would express, but then her cry turned into the chilling and bloodcurdling cry of a mother that knows that she has just lost a child. I looked ...

    Ucayali and the Bee

    A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Oct 11, 2013

    2 photos

    ... the awards to the winners with much ceremony. I can say that I thoroughly enjoyed the program.

    I am enjoying my time at Ucayali Adventist School teaching English to the Students. They were in dire need of someone that could assist them in proper pronunciation, and I am starting to realize what an advantage it can be to be bilingual. The students keep me on my feet when I ...

    Evangelism, Dentistry, and Other Thoughts

    A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Sep 24, 2013

    2 photos

    ... is that you are confronted with a host of opportunities that help with either edifying one's strengths or defining one's weaknesses. I have personally been told that I am good at things such as translating, a skill that I would have never considered back at home. Indeed for many of us missionaries this experience is a journey of self-discovery, and today I realized that I don't want to be a dentist.


    The Storm and the Sludge

    A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Sep 19, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the avenues with a mad dexterity that is borderline impressive. Seeing a family of four, or women in stilettos on a motorcycle is far too common.

    Coming back from town, I found many of the other missionaries finishing registration for the after-school programs at the clinic. Lately the clinic has been looking more like a school yard than anything else on account of the abundance of local kids seeking registration in ...