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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 …
... dragon-griffin-monster awaiting to catch it's unsuspecting prey. It is shaped like a dragon, has razor sharp scales, sharp teeth, leathery wings that are covered in feathers, piercing talons, and mesmerizing you-are-going-to-die-right-now eyes. The mountains are tall, jagged and rocky, and very hard to climb. Many who have gone into the mountains either come out with serious injuries, or they get eaten up by this monster. ...
... pic, but I don't even know if this entry will upload until I get home. We are considering putting baby powder on tampons and sleeping with them up our noses. You might think, "why don't you just leave?" Well, we had to take a boat here from a private marina that launches nice boats. We have no telephone, not even one in our room, no internet access, and most important nowhere to go. I think we would be hard pressed to find a hotel room in Manaus for ...
... so there wasn't a large pool of water on the ground and the toilets were just cleaned. Win. Lunch was pretty good. It was chicken PBR but the chicken was pretty awesome. Dinner kinda sucked. It was beef PBR but the beef, as always in Brazil, was way over cooked. After dinner, I hung out with the group of Spanish speakers and drank beer that I found on the cargo deck. After a little while, the two Mexican brothers I ate lunch with, Ricardo and Esfraim (a Hebrew name and he isn't ...
... Karen is correct with her prediction and the journey does turn into a bit of a booze cruise. The England fans (with a bit of help from the Colombians) do what they do best and over the 4 days manage to drink the boat clean out of beer. Karen and I mostly keep out of it, choosing to stay within the confounds of our sleeping quarters on the second deck as the carnage unfolds above us. Once sober, most of the England fans prove to be good people and the last ...
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