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May 17, 2015 - Up the Amazon - and Back Again!

To continue...... We flew from Lima to Iquitos, accessible only be air or river, then went 4 hours up the Amazon to our Lodge. When we arrived half the “lodge” was underwater – they’re having the 2nd biggest floods in history (the Amazon floods every year and its part of why you come at this time), but the water height is over 8 metres – the lodge we were in is built on stilts usually 4 metres above the ground and way back from the river – now half of it is barely above water! So there have been fewer people here than normal, as many...

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South America 2015

Dec 22, 2013 - Amazing Amazon

From the heights of the Andes and the Inca Trail to the hot, steamy jungle of the Amazon. It was a big week. After saying goodbye to my friends in Urubamba, Alex and I spent our last night in Cusco having dinner at one of the restaurants on the Plaza de Armas and looking at the Christmas decorations. The next day, we flew into Iquitos and were hit by the very hot and humid and very busy small city. We had a transfer arranged already – a beaten up old taxi. But, at least it was a car. Most of the vehicles there are the 3-wheeler motos (like...

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Jun 28, 2013 - Donating Blood in the Amazon

June 28 - July 5, 2013 Hola, and welcome to the jungle! Where to start? So much to tell about here! I got into the city of Iquitos early afternoon on the 28th. Iquitos is the biggest city in South America, if not the world, that cannot be reached by car. You either have to fly (which I did) or spend days upon days on a boat. I had read about different hostels online and chose this one (Green Track) based on their good reviews especially about their Amazon trekking trip. I had been emailing with the girl that helps run the hostel and plan...

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Mar 14, 2013 - Cusco

ha people Cusco is a city in southeastern Peru. Cusco was the site of the historic capital of the Inca Empire.Cusco was the site of the historic capital of the Inca Empire. It is the capital of the Cusco Region as well as the Cuzco Province.it is chily shshshshshshshshs. good biy it is time for bedyby good biy.

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Mar 13, 2013 - TRUJILLO

ha people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The City of Trujillo is the Capital of the Department of La Libertad located on Peru's northern coast. Trujillo is one of the most important cities in the northern part of the country.The main activities here are agribusiness with products such a sugar cane and asparagus, as well as the production of footwear. Good biy people it is time for bedyby.

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Mar 12, 2013 - Day 5 in Peru

Hello everyone, Today is our last day in Peru, I will for sure miss Peru. Today we flew to Huaraz. I thought it would e convenient because it is pretty close. Very early and after breakfast, we went towards Choquequirao, which is a one hour walk. We saw the sunrise at Choquequirao. We stayed their for 3 hours. After the 3 hours, we started to return to Sunchupata, where we stop for lunch. I felt very relaxed because unlike last trip we barely had to walk. Then we took a 1 hour walk back to Choquequirao. We took the bus back around noon and...

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Mar 11, 2013 - lima

ha people, did you know Lima is the capital . Lima was founded by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro on January 18, 1535, as Ciudad de los Reyes.Lima is the city of kings.we were amazed at the good organization. of the incas.it is time for bedyby good by

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Mar 11, 2013 - Iquitos

Hi, this my last day in Peru today I went on a boat ride the houses were like a old abandoned village and the water was brown it was weird but the fun part was wen we went to go see a pink dolphins it was amazing they only live in the amazon in Iquitos Peru.It was lot of fun coming to Peru I can not wait to come back!

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Bear's Peru Trip

Mar 11, 2013 - Day 4 in Peru

Hi everyone, Trujillo is a spectacular country. The country is really quiet and there is not much going on there. I liked it that way because I could finally get some peace and quite. In the morning after breakfast the bus picked us up. The bus was dirty and did not look as nice as the other buses that we were on in the other countries. So I did not feel as special. We took a walk towards Plays Rosaline, a big awesome mountain. Then we took a climb up the hill towards Santa Rosa. Santa Rosa is a cool mountain too. We took a lunch break a...

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Mar 11, 2013 - ayacucho is my world

Man this place has a lot of history like Ayacucho means "City of Blood" or "City of the Dead." I know disgusting right.It is the secant most anchant place in pure. The first is cuzco because of the montan Machu Picchu in cuzco. ITt is so beautiful here.the wether news said it was"Partly Cloudy with a Temperature of 72 °F. It was mild [aka perfect.] that is my time in peru.

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flight 119 to peru

Mar 11, 2013 - Ayacucho Peru (4th day)

Ayacucho also means "purple soul". It's well worth a visit and has many holy celebrations, as well as the running of the bulls. It used to have only two buses and a few dozen vehicles. But that was before the road was built to link to Limas road. Did you know that they have lots and lots of buildings like churches and mostly houses. I loved this trip!

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119 goes to peru

Mar 9, 2013 - lima

Hello! I am so excited to learn more about peru! I learned that food in peru differs from region to region, providing culinary travelers with plenty of plates to sample. There's world class ceviche on the coast, roasted guinea pig in the highlands and chorizo sausage in the jungle and that's for starters. Find out what and where to eat in peru in a restaurant reviews and guides to Peruvian food and drink.

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Bear's Peru Trip

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