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... Everyone kicked my ass at this game as after a couple of (really really strong) Caprihinas I didn't come last in just 2 games. By this stage we were pretty knackered and we had to get up at 5:30 to be on the boat for the sunrise. So back to the sleeping hall. The Aussie camp split as the guys went to their rooms and beds and Jess went to her own room and Kathy and I joined the locals in the hammock. Day 1 in the amazon complete!!! It is just paradise. Buenos nachoes!!! ...
... on a beach on the Amazon River.
Brooke, Niki, Chris, Dennis and I made our 3 a.m. flight out of Natal on June 17, had a long layover in the absolutely frigid Brasilia airport (where apparently I was shivering in my sleep on the airport floor despite my fluffy fleece), then caught our flight to Manaus, a city of two million people located in the middle of the Amazon. Access to the city is primarily via plane or boat, and the city's World Cup ...
... met a lone Chile fan going ballistic on the bus, he was so happy. We went to the Amazonas Arena for the Cameroon vs. Croatia game in the evening. All the locals were laughing as Cameron (As they say in Portuguese) sounds the same as the word for prawns so every time the commentator announced Cameroon the whole stadium laughed. There were smaller numbers of Cameroon fans and a hard core of Croatia fans who sung the whole game. They were nuts ...
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Today was a day consisting of a 40min bus ride north to check out some beaches. went all the way to the end of the bus line where we got off near Waimea beach. Very cool little place consisting of small surfing shacks. There was abit of a swell and some surfers out so I decided to go for a paddle. Hired a terrible surfboard that felt like a log but got a feel for the waves of chile so was happy. Pretty cold though!
... is different from tall shaded tree dense areas, to open expanses of water, to grassy plains, which probably are around a metre or less deep - tricky! We saw lots of birds. And an Iguana, which got frightened and fell off the tree - a common occurrence we've been told. We also saw an area covered in lily pads! So freakin cool. We ventured in an area where the motor got stuck and we had to paddle and rock the boat to get out. We headed back to camp and ...