Travel Blogs from Tabatinga, Brazil

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The booze cruise., Leticia/Tabatinga to Manaus, Brazil travel blog

The booze cruise.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... I had language problems earlier on this trip, it will probably be nothing compared to the next few weeks. They speak Portugese in Brazil, a language quite different from Spanish. At least for me who speak neither (does what I say here really make sense to ...

I'm on a boat: Tabatinga to Manaus, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

I'm on a boat: Tabatinga to Manaus

A travel blog entry by ameng

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02/02/2011 - Wednesday As we approached the boat, we could see that it was already 80% filled with hammocks and people.  The boat was a triple decker: the bottom and middle decks were filled with hanging hammocks and passengers, and the deck at the ...

Mococa, Mococa, Brazil travel blog

Mococa

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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Boat from Manaus to Tabatinga - Day 85-90, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Boat from Manaus to Tabatinga - Day 85-90

A travel blog entry by christosp

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... point, I feel like a battery hen. Really glad it's my last night on this bloody boat tonight! We'll hopefully arrive in Tabatinga sometime tomorrow afternoon where I need to find another boat to take me into Peru. First though will be a night in a bed ...

3 way border, Tabatinga, Letica, Santa Rosa, Brazil travel blog

3 way border

A travel blog entry by jag

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Tabatinga (Brazil), Letica (Columbia) and Santa Rosa (Peru) combine to become the 3 way border between each country. I decided to stay in the Columbian side which had quite a bit going on. I was here for Halloween and it was slightly strange having ...

Amazon Boat Trip - Day 1, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Amazon Boat Trip - Day 1

A travel blog entry by vamosbenhoran

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... them as a dutch guy we shared a taxi with from Cartegena town to the bus terminal so we say hi. Eventually at midday the brazil border patrol show up and we note the Brazilian military is much better equiped & professional looking than any other South ...

Amazon Boat Trip - Day 2, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Amazon Boat Trip - Day 2

A travel blog entry by vamosbenhoran

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I wake up to a cold breeze this morning - they have pulled up the plastic covers they put down at night to protect us from the wind & rain.  I´ve slept through to 7am so I´ve actually had a pretty decent sleep.  My eyemask and earplugs ...

Amazon Boat Trip - Day 3, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Amazon Boat Trip - Day 3

A travel blog entry by vamosbenhoran

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I had another decent sleep last night thanks to my eyemask and earplugs - maybe I should use them when I´m back at home?  I grab a few pieces of bread and butter for breakfast plus a small cup of super-sweet coffee (probably makes more sense to say ...

Week 5 and Week 6 - Beaches to Jungle, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Week 5 and Week 6 - Beaches to Jungle

A travel blog entry by jen_and_andre

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... to keep moving, we got off the boat at Benjamin Constant and took a slightly faster ferry to Tabatinga which is on the Triple Frontier - the border of Brazil, Peru, and Columbia. We were hoping to organize a trip into the jungle in Leticia, Columbia and ...

hablas ingles??, Tabatinga to Iquitos, Brazil travel blog

hablas ingles??

A travel blog entry by es_rossi

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Am Morgen gehts um 4 in der Dunkelheit vollgepackt an den Hafen, an dem nix los ist. Auch meine Pfeife und meine Taschenlampe machen die Situation nicht weniger unheimlich. Mit ner Nussschale geht´s dann im Dunkeln rueber nach St. Rosa (Peru) wo ich ...

7days 6nights - a perpetual journey 1100km upriver, Amazon River - Manaus to Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

7days 6nights - a perpetual journey 1100km upriver

A travel blog entry by ashifreeshma

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A perperual journey of 1100km up the Amazon River from Manaus to Tabatinga, the border of Brazil.  On a boat called the Don Manuel, crammed with 300 locals and 7 tourists, we alternated along each side of the wide, cream colored river, ...

Into the Wild, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Into the Wild

A travel blog entry by ian-sue

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... Peru side. It borders with Brazil and Colombia. We got our passport stamped before heading across the river in a small boat to Tabatinga in Brazil. We hadn't planned on staying here but we met a guide who convinced us to stay and do a jungle tour here. ...

Rapidito to Iquitos, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Rapidito to Iquitos

A travel blog entry by margreet98

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... am.  I set my alarm for 3 am (!) and my taxi driver picked me up at 3:45 to take me to the pier in Tabatinga, Brazil.  The border between Columbia and Brazil is open here and Leticia and Tabatinga are essentially one city so no stamp in my ...

The Triple Frontier, Tabatinga (Brazil), Leticia(Colombia), Santa Rosa(Peru), Brazil travel blog

The Triple Frontier

A travel blog entry by ashifreeshma

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... Peru, and Dinner in Brazil in one single day."  Fun stuff.  Or maybe you just had to be there to understand. Tabatinga, the Brazilian side of this tri-border area was the jumping off point of our marathon 7 day, 6 night cruise up ...

Tabatinga, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Tabatinga

A travel blog entry by kieranocal

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Lost in Translation, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Lost in Translation

A travel blog entry by colmandliz

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... pocketing and a northern Brazilian mass ATM fraud. We could only wish that we were at the scene of the second crime. 3. Holland 3 - Brazil 2 (I haven’t been witness to an anti-climax like this since the football in 2007). 4. Cachaca 5. Ron (who knew ...

A big summary!, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

A big summary!

A travel blog entry by irishblontravel

... fun. Amazing building too. Left Manaus to head towards colombia. Got to Tabatinga/Leticia (they are two seperate cities Tabatinga is in brazil and Leticia is Colombia and they are on peru/brazil/colombia border)Just to confuse the situation more there ...

Mas Profundo a la Amazonía, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Mas Profundo a la Amazonía

A travel blog entry by gulimero

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"Kurz" mit dem schnellboot von Iquitos nach Santa Rosa, Peru (liegt am dreilaendereck von kolumbien, peru und brasilien), das ungefaehr 10std dauert, esseiden es geht der sprit aus; in diesem falle und guenstigen stroemungsverhaeltnissen und einem boot ...

Boat to Brazil, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Boat to Brazil

A travel blog entry by dwarner

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Playing With The Monkeys On Monkey Island, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Playing With The Monkeys On Monkey Island

A travel blog entry by amazingjourneys

... neighbouring Leticia. A couple of hammocks are also strewn up at the back of the house. It’s a five minute walk from the Tabatinga port. Hotel Ticuna, Av. Internacional Carrera 6 No. 3-29, Tel: (098) 592-4786. This is located on the border across ...

Peru, Colombia, and Brazil in One Morning, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Peru, Colombia, and Brazil in One Morning

A travel blog entry by kalchalker

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After our stay in the jungle we headed back down to Pevas to catch a boat going down to the triborders area of Peru, Brazil, and Colombia. 24 hours later of hammocking out on the boat. I actaully finished two books. They were very thick, no pictures, ...

Tabatinga Brazil, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Tabatinga Brazil

A travel blog entry by tedges

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We left Tabatinga late in the afternoon, heading down the Amazon to Manaus. The boat took 4 days to travel to our destination. The only accomadation options on the boat were hammock or stuffy cabins. We opted for hammocks along with most of the other ...

Tabatinga, 24-28 October 2008, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Tabatinga, 24-28 October 2008

A travel blog entry by aandl

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... every day. However, there is interest here as it is there are three towns next to each other in three different countries (Tabatinga - Brazil, Leticia - Columbia, Santa Rosa - Peru). This offers the possibility (if you stretch your imagination) to do a 3 ...

Road to Tabatinga, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Road to Tabatinga

A travel blog entry by nataschab

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... or riverdolphins on our trip but we did see beautiful sceneries and amazing sunrises and sunsets! On the seventh day we arrived at Tabatinga, the bordertown, and were kicked of the boat at 4 in the morning (!!?!!), mugfree I´d like to add, and made ...

Leaving Brazil, Tabatinga/Leticia, Brazil travel blog

Leaving Brazil

A travel blog entry by jungleboy

... Leticia is the Colombian side of the border and facing them from accross the Rio Amazonas is Santa Rosa in Peru. Although Tabatinga and Leticia are officially separate towns, you dont need to go through border formalities to cross between them and the ...

Tri Border - Santa Rosa - Tabatinga - Leticia, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Tri Border - Santa Rosa - Tabatinga - Leticia

A travel blog entry by shanem

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... descision. The tri-border is a very strange place. There is Santa roasa, Peru, on one side of the river and Tabatinga, Brazil, and Leticia, Colombia, on the other. Tabatinga and Leticia are in effect one town, an unusual combination ...

Jungle tour, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Jungle tour

A travel blog entry by rbair

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... . Overall it was great experience, but I just wish I wasn´t in such a pissy mood. ------------------------------------------------------------ Tabatinga is a very funny place. Everyone here uses Pesos (Colombian money), Soles (Peruvian money) ...

Arrived in Tabatinga the border town to Peru, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Arrived in Tabatinga the border town to Peru

A travel blog entry by dresden

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Seven days on the boot¡ When I booked the ticket for the boot, the ticket saler told me, it will be a suite with tv and bathroom. Actually I didnt believe them. I thought they bullshitting the gringo. But when I entered the boot it was realy like they ...

Back on land, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Back on land

A travel blog entry by gregr

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Tabatinga, Tabatinga, Brazil travel blog

Tabatinga

A travel blog entry by doofiz

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... , but its something you get use to in  Brazil as they are very popular. When I arrived at the small hotel in Tabatinga (Hospedaje Basil- 097 34123186 ), the man at the desk asked promptly ``Mr David? The Australiano? I was shocked how the heck did he ...

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