Amazon Eco Park Jungle Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Food was great
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The big boats that trade this route are made up of three decks and the cargo hold below. The first deck is also used for cargo, plus the hammock sleeping and bathroom area for passengers getting off before the final destination. The second deck has the dining area, bathrooms, main hammock sleeping area and cabins towards the front. Up top are mo...
This entry is for Part 2 of the Amazon boat experience. I felt like the second half of my Amazon cargo boat journey deserved its own entry because it seemed to me a distinct experience from the first.
So as I said in the last entry, I finally left Alter do Chao because I only had a few more days left in Brazil before I would start to in...
Pokrotce wiec o dzungli bo robia sie zaleglosci i zaraz nie spamietam o czym mialem pisac;) 3 godz. busem, 2 godz. lodzia motorowa i o to jestesmy w campie, Drewniane bungalowy z lozkami, wiata na rozlozenie hamakow (jak kto chce to spi tam),sanitariaty z woda z rzeki, swieczki jako oswietlenie, kurczaki i zlowione przez nas (czytaj glownie prze...
OCTOBER 21, 2008 MANAUS...DAY TWO Day two found the two of us greased up in a layer of Deet, and a second of Sun Block, standing on the pier waiting for a guide from Amazon Explorers to take us onto the river and into the jungle for the day. I don't mind telling you that we were both very excited about this excursion, after all we had just spent...
OCTOBER 20, 2008 MANAUS, BRASIL...DAY ONE. Deb and I arrived in Manaus at 8:00am, about two hours early, for the first day of a two day stop. Manaus, (man/ouse-stress on the last syllable, rhymes with "a mouse"), is the most interesting city I have ever been to in my travels. It is very European in style and design, but, at the same time very Br...