Hotel Rio Shilcayo

Address: Pasaje las Flores 224, Tarapoto, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pasaje las Flores 224, Tarapoto.
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    Travel Blogs from Tarapoto

    Journey to the River Sea

    A travel blog entry by heathernewson on Aug 05, 2015

    7 photos

    ... and safe even though it was dark. They said the boat would arrive later that evening and leave the morning after next. Having heard that no-one really knows when the boat will leave I secured my hammock spot early leaving the assistant with the request to put any other travellers who might arrive in the spot next to me.

    My wish was granted as when I returned to the boat after lunch I had two hammock neighbours from the US who immediately asked me if I ...

    Day 253: Tarapoto and Yurimaguas, Peru

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 20, 2015

    24 photos

    ... of soles, so everything is two to three times cheaper in Peru. Pretty awesome. After breakfast, we waited for about an hour for the next collectivo to Yurimaguas. We were informed that the road still wasn't clear but that we could walk across the destruction once we arrived there and take a taxi from the other side, so we opted for this. If I've learned anything in my short time in Peru, it's that I should never expect to arrive anywhere by bus without at least one stop ...

    Day 252: The journey to Tarapoto (continued)

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Mar 19, 2015

    40 photos

    ... vendors walking alongside the buses selling sugar cane, chifle (fried plantain chips), sandia (watermelon), and piña (pineapple). When the bus did finally get moving, it was such a relief to finally be moving, even though we knew we were running 10 hours late. At one point, we stopped and we bought some guava. Here in South America, goiaba is what we think of as "guava," whereas "guava" is a completely different fruit that comes in a ...

    Painfully long day in minivans

    A travel blog entry by yvan.huppe on Feb 23, 2015

    16 photos

    ... us to the local pizzeria, where we had a pretty good pizza and of course a beer. Afterward we walked back to the hotel as it was only a couple of blocks away and retired for the night. I so far like this little town, filled with tuk tuks and friendly people.

    It really didn't feel like we accomplished much today, but we did end up where we wanted to be, even though it was such a long and painful trip, I would not want to do this again...

    The Black Leonardo

    A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Dec 01, 2014

    2 photos

    ... his audience to plow under the soil-destroying cotton and plant peanuts in its stead, assuring them that it would produce a cash crop far more valuable than its sole existing use as food for pigs might indicate.

    The audience was doubtful, the more so when Carver, asked to explain his methods, replied that he never groped for them but that they came to him in flashes of inspiration while walking in the woods. To allay their doubts he began to issue bulletins, one of ...