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... like crazy outside. I guess this should be expected since I’m so close to the rain forest. I’ve packed up my bag that I’m taking with me to the jungle, and I’ll leave my other big bag at the tour office tomorrow morning. I’m trying not to get my hopes up too much for this tour, but I think it’s going to be really cool to see what’s out there in the ...
... on the ceilings. There was some old pots that I thought were really cool, they were definitely hand made, and they were made out of clay. There was also some native indian weaponry laid out in class cases which was very unique.
The next museum I went to was a few blocks away which I took a bus to. It was the Placate Provincial. It was a historical museum which I found very interesting. There was a tour guide there who spoke English, but he had ...
... very expensive food. Time for our 3rd taxi! To another shopping centre! Not to worry we found a tasty Brazilian BBQ style place. Very good. We ended up having dinner with an American guy called nick who was there by himself as his friends we're doing an overnight amazon tour. He had accidentally purchased a whole bottle of red wine and offered the rest to us, so we invited him to sit with us.
Another lovely day in Brazil :-)
... the mosaic below the dome is done in Brazilian flag colors. Super cool.
The hostel was fine (read: cheap), though we do get nice beds and breakfast the next morning, which is pretty sweet. Not to mention the guy at the front desk was really nice and helpful. And a complete badass!! He was CYCLING (not with a motorycycle, but a real, honest-to-God bike) through South America. Kind of puts SF hipsters and their obnoxious fixies in perspective, am I right?
... changed and headed to the dock. Only Nick and Louise were brave enough and were already treading water in the warm river. Rach and I soon joined. It was unnerving. I didn't feel safe to put my feet on the grown and doggy paddled. Staying afloat was quite hard! I think it has to do with the sediment? I quickly tired myself out and headed out, showered and made my way to lunch. After lunch we had an hour to pack. Plenty of time. With 30 minutes to go I realised ...