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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmazon Backpackers Hostel Manaus
Although big momma & her family were proven to be most helpful and lovely people, this was a scattered business to say the least. We were under the impression breakfast was included but upon arrival were told this wasn't true. 3 days in to our stay we woke up to a note slipped under our door stating "Breakfast is Incluse - Raquel" which we found absolutely classic. After this we continued to break many of the toilets in the hotel as they were hardly even mounted to the ground. Apart from that we were never fussy to pull up in a bed after half of the little nights had in Manaus
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Arriving in Manaus after 3 weeks of mayhem in paradise (Rio De Janeiro), we immediately started to regret our 3 week stay we had booked in this hot, Barron city. After a walk up the road to the supermarket in 30+ degree heat & crazy humidity, we started discussing the option of flying to Mexico or Salvador for a week. Due to all our limited …
... still makes a dramatic impression. After we enjoyed a lunch of fresh local fish in a Manaus restaurant, we boarded the Premium II for our 4 day, 3-night Amazon River Cruise. The River Cruise blog and photos are separate and next.
Here's more information about Manaus from WikiTravel:
Manaus is a Brazilian city of about 2.5 million, located on the Rio Negro a few miles before it meets the Rio Solimões to form the Amazon River proper. The two ...
... was hungry but told myself to wait until morning to eat the 6 bananas I had left. I needed to be careful with food rations because all I had for the day were the 6 bananas, half an avocado which was part rotten, 4 extremely bitter tangerines (not even worth eating) and half a cucumber, a bag of bug-infested peanuts that hadn't been roasted properly, and no money left to buy boat food. I awoke to find my bananas missing. To put this in perspective, I have an iPhone, a ...
... Apparently about 70-80%25 are German speakers, 15%25 French and the rest a mixture of other languages. They really don’t like Germans which I hadn’t realised. The main reason is Germans act more superior and think their German is better even pretending not to understand Swiss German. They also don’t like French for being arrogant and aloof. Who would have thought good old neutral Swiss didn’t like their neighbours. They ...
... as useful as me in the kitchen. After around 2hrs of wandering the streets taking in Manaus we found a local who showed us on our ropey map and we found the hostel about 30min later. It looks good and they had our reservation so we are all sorted now for our whole 17 days in Manaus. We headed back to our hostel via bus and found a massive sports bar that would be perfect for watching the opening ceremony and the Brazil ...
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Rua Lauro Cavalcante Nr 231 Centro, Manaus | Hostelfrom $19
Rua Costa Azevedo 63, Manaus | Hostelfrom $11
Rua Costa Azevedo,63 Centro, Manaus | Hostelfrom $25
Rua Quintino Bocaiuva Nr 462, Manaus | Hostelfrom $32
Av. Getulio Vargas, No. 694, Centro, close to Opera House, Manaus | Hostelfrom $10