Hotel Amazonas Real

Cll. 8 No. 10-32, Leticia, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cll. 8 No. 10-32, Leticia.
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Travel Blogs from Leticia

Slow boat to Manaus

A travel blog entry by trumbo10 on Jun 14, 2014

10 photos

... ship... All roughing it there with me. There was John, a recent graduate from Ohio who was traveling to Manaus to see the US vs Portugal game. A lovely Colombian named Felipe was onboard and I got to chat with him about his job working with NGOs (non-government organizations). He was near the end of his studies as an industrial engineer but had spent some time in Portland, of all places, teaching salsa dance. I also go the chance to meet couple who ...

Leticia

A travel blog entry by ami.cobb on Apr 16, 2014

... our host family later prepared for us. After fishing, we maneuvered through the dense forest in the boat and cleared our path for that night's excursion to find caymans. The Amazon River fluctuates around 13 meters between the dry and wet season so the trees that we were macheting our way through were in fact the higher branches during the dry season. All the trees around us were covered in bugs, and to the horror of most of the girls, huge spiders. ...

The triple frontier

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Mar 28, 2014

2 comments, 45 photos

... the growth would continue indefinitely! Some particular impressive trees were used for communication in the jungle - when they were banged with a stick,the sound could be heard for many kilometres away. These were beautiful trees with massive root structures.

Once we got to the village, we entered one of the houses and met the family living there. They were a part of the Tikuna tribe that 'Grandad' had actually started, and the only one who were still ...

Honeymoon Adventuring in the Amazon

A travel blog entry by nellems on Feb 12, 2014

25 photos

... to fill in a tourist questionnaire. They meet their driver and guide as well as a translator. Tim can't wait to get his hands into the Amazon river!
Special Guests: Bobby, Kristin, Korda, our German Spanish-English translator, Colombian guide Gael and boat driver El Capitano.

Episode 108 - Pet Sloth Original Air Date - Feb 12 2014
Tim and Janelle worry that the Peruvian government might hold their boat up for an annoyingly ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by rachelle.bassi on Nov 11, 2013

19 photos

... Rona Bassi was my first and last name - the Rona part had them stumped. I think we were successful in the end though. I'm waiting for Dad to lodge my insurance claim, so I'll keep you posted.

We spent some time wandering around the Sunday street markets, taking in the sights, sounds, hamster races and street art. We were made conscious of the lack of ...