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Travel Blogs from Manaus
... sloth, Bob held a baby alligator and Mark let an Anaconda wrap around his neck. From there we headed back up the Rio Negro and Manuel took us through a river village, home to about 80 families. All of the buildings, including the homes and school were floating. As we passed the church we could hear the praise band in the church rehearsing. We then motored on up the river to where it meets the Rio Solimoes. This is amazing as the black water of the Rio Negro ...
... 8217;re on a small river peninsula and we round a corner before heading down the slopes to a narrow creek running across the peninsula. Here there’s a variety of Brazil nut trees that we all sample. There’s no doubt the jungle is vastly dis-orientating and Nigel marks several trees with his machete to keep us on course. He pauses often to take in the surroundings and chat to John. Eventually we make our way back to the boat and I ask him how the hell he knows where ...
... long, it's the second longest river in the world
the Amazon River accounts for up to 1/5 of the earth's fresh water