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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        Travel Blogs from Tarapoto

        Journey to the River Sea

        A travel blog entry by heathernewson on Aug 05, 2015

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        ... She also makes friends with a tribal boy in a canoe and runs away with him down the small channels of the river to where his mother was born. So I wanted to explore little rivers and swamps in a canoe. Having re-read this book recently I realised that my wonderfully romanticised world of the jungle had been constructed by a writer who disappointingly had never actually been to the Amazon, but nevertheless I worked on making 11-year-old-heather’s dream ...


        A travel blog entry by alexliz on Jul 31, 2015

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        ... in our hammocks two other gringos of the names Reuben and Rick climbed aboard, we introduced ourselves and realised these guys were going to be our friends for the next few days. Time ticked by, the boat still not very busy, 5.30pm rolls around but the boat is still being loaded. We were told there was going to be a delay of a few hours (this is to be expected so we're not surprised at all). The three boys left the boat to go and find some beers in what ended ...

        Day 253: Tarapoto and Yurimaguas, Peru

        A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 20, 2015

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        ... fun) until we came to another blockade, this one had more people and they seemed angry. We had to get out of the taxi so he could leave because he was worried the mob would slash his tires. We quickly walked across the barrier and found another taxi who could take us the rest of the way to Yurimaguas. He wouldn't take us to the port because he said there was another protest going on there and the boats weren't leaving anyway because not enough people or cargo had made ...

        Toilet training on a careening overnight bus

        A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Mar 03, 2015

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        Feeling better this morning, finally back on the right track. I met Marc for breakfast and then went by the Botica for more drugs and back to my hostel to pack up and prepare to leave. We wanted to be as the bus station around 1030am to get the early bus to Tarapoto.

        Marc met me at my hostel and we grabbed a tuk tuk to the station where we arrived slightly late for the bus we wanted (even though we were 30 minutes early) but in time for later ...

        The Black Leonardo

        A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 01, 2014

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        ... who overcame the handicap of his slave descent to be heralded in his own lifetime as the “Black Leonardo.”

        During a stunningly creative career, with methods as incomprehensible to his fellow scientists as were those of his professional forebears the alchemists, Carver turned the lowly peanut, considered useful only as hog food, and the unknown sweet potato into hundreds of separate products, ranging from cosmetics and axle grease to printer’s ink ...