Rio Cumbaza Hotel

Address: Jr. Pedro de Urzua # 515, Tarapoto, Peru | Inn
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This inn is located on Jr. Pedro de Urzua # 515, Tarapoto.
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      The Black Leonardo

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... the other sought the dominance of surroundings.

      For us, the world was full of beauty; for the other, it was a place to be endured until he went to another world.

      But we were wise. We knew that man's heart, away from nature, becomes hard. - Chief Luther Standing Bear

      What Does It Mean to Take the Red Pill?

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... Mark Passio

      The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend. - Henri Bergson

      In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God - John 1:1

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      Not What I Expected

      A travel blog entry by josiejojo on Jun 15, 2012

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      ... not.) I asked what time we were leaving the following day, "tres en la manana” was his reply. My thought process went like this; oh he said tres, that’s three, manana- that’s morning…maybe it’s 3 in the afternoon, but if it was in the afternoon he would have said “tres en la tarde”….so just be sure I asked again and then said “en diez horas?” “Si”. ****! That’s early.

      Mira el pajarito!

      A travel blog entry by bibayfintan on Apr 04, 2011

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      After a moving goodbye to our Shipibo family where I was genuinely sad to leave, we embarked on our onward journey directed north to Tarapoto.
      Once again the journey was stunning, we whizzed through an enchanting greenery, capturing fragment of people's lives from the bus window already thinking when we'll be back.
      We reached Tarapoto and chose a great place to stay, a wholesome family hostel run by an ...

      Jungle City

      A travel blog entry by rightwayaround on Jul 15, 2010

      63 photos

      ... chicken, ground peanuts, spices, and some vegetables. We couldn't find it anywhere though - almost all the restaurants were closed for the weekend. Supposedly Mondays are your safest bet if you want to try this local dish.

      A grape alcoholic drink is made in Lamas, called Uvachatu. It is stronger and much sweeter than wine, and the grapes are left whole in the drink. Uvachanchi can be bought at a couple of shops in Lamas. They have ...