Hatuchay Hotels-Pacaya Samiria

Address: 77 Miles North East of Iquitos, Iquitos, 16301, Peru | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 77 Miles North East of Iquitos, Iquitos, is near Nasca Lines, Quistacocha Zoo, Belen, and Pacaya Samiria National Reserve.
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      Exploring along the Amazon River

      A travel blog entry by texasphil on Dec 25, 2014

      16 photos

      ... how massive is this river, keep in mind that 20% — one-fifth! — of the world's fresh water is located in this river basin. The Rio Nanay is wider and deeper than the Mississippi, yet is only a minor tributary.

      After staying on top awhile and getting some nice photos, I decide to explore the path that led into the village to see where it might head. Quickly I discovered a paved path that head out of town to the north. Little more than a sidewalk, I decided ...

      Seeking the Golden Fleece Within

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Nov 25, 2014

      2 photos

      ... They set their course for a distant land where the fleece was said to hang on a certain oak tree in an ancient grove that was guarded by an unblinking dragon.

      Of course, I identified with Jason and felt myself to be another outcast looking for a chance to correct the past and open the future wide. I liked the idea that the orphan was secretly noble and the true heir to an ancient realm. If you met him casually, you wouldn’t know the real story; yet the truth of it ...

      Welcome to the Jungle...

      A travel blog entry by klartman on Nov 14, 2014

      41 photos

      ... I was struck by the amount of organic debris in the river. Huge logs and branches everywhere, apparently a result of the rainy season in its infancy. We got off at the village where we were to wait for a boat that would take us to our final destination. It had already started to rain lightly as we began our wait on a floating hut that functioned both as a boat, (bus) stop for the frequent public transport and also petrol station for these boats.

      Standing on the edge of ...

      Trippin' Balls In The Amazon.

      A travel blog entry by geekabroad on Sep 15, 2014

      7 photos

      ... as an effective means of expelling built-up negativity and impurities (physical or otherwise) from the body.

      A single candle was lit in the centre of the room and all other lights extinguished. I inspected the faces of my colleagues. I was a little comforted to know I wasn’t the only one silently ******** myself.

      Don Lucho entered the moloka with little fuss. He was dressed in simple, white ceremonial garb. His son, Wagner, followed. He would be ...

      We Need Less School, Not More

      A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... considerations, in the case of compulsory schooling, and by various other sorting mechanisms in the other institutional arenas.

      If performance within these narrow confines is conceived to be the supreme measure of success, if, for instance, an A average is accounted the central purpose of adolescent life -- the requirements for which take most of the time and attention of the aspirant -- and the worth of the individual is reckoned by victory or defeat in this abstract pursuit, ...