Hotel Sol del Oriente

Av. San Martin 552, Pucallpa, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. San Martin 552, Pucallpa.
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Travel Blogs from Pucallpa

AYAHUASCA!!!

A travel blog entry by ebzh on Feb 27, 2014

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... I decide that the first ceremony would happen this first night. With him, ceremonies always start at 8:30 pm. It is 6:30 and the mosquitos situation outside is really not barable so I go and hide in my room, which a huge 4m x 4m mosquito net, place inside the wood hut, a treat. 2 hours to rest inside in the dark before the show. Well, you can't really rest, you are more wondering what the **** is going to happen soon, a bit stressful as every first. As I said, I ...

The Zoo with the Kids

A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Oct 16, 2013

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... in assisting. There were trampolines and a rotating swing ride that looked rickety and rusty. Many of the students got onto the latter only to be twirled into a nauseous state that made a few puke and made the rest too dizzy to get around. After a while, we rested on a lawn in the park and played volleyball until the bus came to pick us ...

Ucayali and the Bee

A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Oct 11, 2013

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... of the stage as the students, in uniform, contested. Truth be told, I was initially skeptical as to how ornate and coordinated the event was going to be. The decorations and creativity of the prizes and the contributions made by the students and Miss Carmen were actually well planned.

The only detractor to the presentation was the fact that in Peru, it seems, as with most of ...

Evangelism, Dentistry, and Other Thoughts

A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Sep 24, 2013

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... assist in the dental clinic today mostly out of curiosity, and was quickly indifferent to the work. In all honesty, I am partially grossed out by concept of working in people's mouths, especially when aseptic me is confronted with powerful halitosis (bad breath) and considerable dental decay. Nevertheless, the Peruvians here have high pain tolerances and appreciate our tooth extraction enterprise, so ...

The Storm and the Sludge

A travel blog entry by michaelsteven on Sep 19, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... the tank of the fine sedimentary muck that it contained. We unceremoniously dumped the sludge over the tower to the ground below.

Later in the day I drove into town with Jorge. I learned to drive stick here in Peru, and so far I am faring remarkably well in the ridiculously busy traffic and lack of rules here. Motorcars and every other form of motorized conveyance imaginable clogs the streets here in Pucallpa ...