Hotel Ana Cassia
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... who picked us up was not from the agency we booked with but from one of the other agencies we had talked to the day before. It didn't make much of a difference to us, but it does say something about how different these agencies really are.
At the office of the agency we booked with we met the rest of our group. It was larger than we had been told it would be, but turned out to be a great group of prople from France, the UK, Germany, Australia and ...
... some sort of routine - oh and earning some Limey would be nice too!
So that's it, the epic journey is over and what a wonderful time it was. I will always looked back fondly on my year away and remember how happy I was during it all and all the fantastic and interesting people I met, the incredible scenery and the moments that took my breath away. I sincerely hope that one day I may be able to experience this again and I'm almost certain I will!
So until next time.... ...
... Manaus is NOT nice. There were lots of homeless people on the streets, and tons of prostitutes on every corner. It even made me nervous just to go to the ATM because all these people would know I have money after coming out of there, but it ended up being fine. I got my money, and then got the heck out of there.
I just hung out for the rest of the night since it’s ...
... The boat I took was the Guardian Yacht. It had a sun deck so I could sit on it and watch the river flow and see all the different animal species in their own habitat. The boat only held up to 16 passengers, so it didn't feel crowded or too touristy.
Once I finally got back from my cruise through the Amazon I decided to go to one of the famous theaters in the Amazon. It is called the Teatro Amazonas. It was ...
... ran out and we started taking straight shots of the R$6/bottle cachaça. It was gross but led to good times and great conversation. The conversation was about politics, reasons for traveling and many other things. Ricardo the Mexican is a very smart and great friend with great ideas and I enjoyed the heated friendly conversations we had. It got deep, man. We ended up talking (and polishing off his bottle of whiskey when the cachaça was finished) until 3am. Great ...