Heliconia Amazon River Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... its in a different email?" Tired, cranky, and frustrated I asked him for the wifi code and checked and could only find the original email. Then looking closer I found a new email sent in the middle of the night from Tripster.com. "We are sorry but we canceled your reservation - Have a nice day" Grrr... fortunately we were able to book another flight to Lima with hopes of getting to Iquitos from there. ...
... I realized. On top of that, I had never once even considered the fact that from the beginning, the definitions of who and what I am were not inherent but acquired. My idea of reality was second-hand at best and resistant to ambiguity; my “truth” was merchandised and retailed. Others had told me what was important in life and how it ought to be lived (ideas they too hadn’t invented but inherited), and these ready-made impressions ...
... pockets and carry on.
I realised that things are worse than I thought and look back on every time a man hasn't listened when I told him what I want and continued to give me the "gift" of what he thinks I want, whether it be dancing behind me in a club, following me up the street asking and talking at me or telling me I'm beautiful.
Not only do they not listen and take my energy whether I ignore them or respond, they ask for more. Here ...
... is very tasty and the climate is variable. From cold dry south to the wet humid north. It literally is another world, completely different way of life. Machu Picchu is probably the highlight because of its remote location, the spectacle of it all and mystery still surrounding the place. Favourite city was definitely Iquitos, mainly because I was staying with Jair's family and got to experience true Peruvian life and of course the climate. I would recommend this country to ...
... saw a baby jaguar, which was just depressing. It was locked in what looked like a solitary confinement jail cell. The other jaguars were just pacing back and forth trying to get out. I think they were recently captured because the rest of the animals had this defeated look in their eyes. None of them really did anything other than lay there looking like they had given up. But the jaguars were actively trying to look for a way to get out of the cage. It was very sad. We asked ...