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Left natal and took a 45 min ride to the airport. It was an interesting ride through the city if Natal. Went through the poor areas. I do understand why they want to demonstrate when the country has millions to build stadiums but they dint fix the existing infrastructure to make lives better for the less fortunate. The flight is more comfortable …
... an extremely productive and fun filled week as we help the church get their classrooms ready to use for the before and after school Shade and Fresh Water program. As always, we hope this journal of our adventures will inspire others to consider how they can contribute to their churches' mission work...our prayer for you is highlighted best by Paul in Romans ...
Good evening everyone!
This is actually Jenna Sheward's husband, Bryan. I'm writing on behalf of the group this evening. Jenna texted me upon her arrival in Manaus and asked me to give a short update to everyone, just to let you know that they arrived safely and were jumping on a bus for the hotel. I'm sure they are all sleep walking at this ...
... obrigado’. Thankfully the Brazilians are some of the nicest latinos we’ve encountered and do not only seem to not expect visitors to know any Portuguese but seem to be more worried about their lack of English.
Manaus is generally not regarded as an overly pretty city and people come mostly for the Amazon tours. We’d jumped onto TripAdvisor and made some good contact with a mob called Green Tours so we’re booked up and ready to leave the very next day.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsManaus Hostel
I like the hostel, excakly what i need. reasonbly priced, and got the usuall stuff in a hostel.
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