Hotel Ana Cassia
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... The people are never cruel, and they're always kind at heart. Even the animals and people get along, and the houses are built in ways that preserve nature, defeating the purpose of pollution. There are no thieves, so you don't need to worry about getting robbed at all! This is definitely a place you'll want to stay for several days!
Here at our second stop, where misery knows no limit, is the dark forest of ...
We arrived here a day early as our stop in Anavilhanas was cancelled - why it was cancelled I don't know but suspect that there wasn't much to see or do.
As we were going to be in Manaus for two and a half days, we decided just to take a stroll into town in the afternoon as we had booked tours for the next two days. After lunch we went ashore with another couple we had met on board and walked the short distance to the visitors' centre where there was free wi fi and I managed to ...
... the next day we headed to start our journey to the rainforest. It was a seamless 3hr journey to our lodge involving, car to the large Manaus port boat across the river where we saw the "meeting of the waters" an hour in a vw camper and a final boat trip speeding along the river to the juma lake lodge.
The kitchen and dining area and deck is actually floating on the river and moves by about 20m over the year as the river changes width. After a swim in ...
... 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 ...
... me round the face every time he comes past. Another issue arises when the boat makes a stop and 30 or 40 locals get on all looking for a hammock space on an already cramped deck. 'Heave to and prepare to be boarded' shouts an amusing Crystal Palace fan in a pirate voice before the whole deck (myself included) break raucously into 'We shall not be moved!' The bewildered locals head straight to the third deck choosing not to surround themselves with ...