Belem Soft Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to finish, on your left the cathedral and in front of you the casa das onze janelas, the house of the eleven windows, that one can enter, and on the other side, sit at a terrace watching the Guajarį Bay, part of the vast Amazon River delta.
Beware, around 2-3 pm, best have a shelter, because then the daily shower comes, a tropical rain showing that an umbrella can be totally useless ;-)
This first visit was really to enjoy
... had HUGE pieces of different types of quartz, amethyst, topaz and others. So I leaned over to that lady and said, “This is the art for atheists.” And she laughed and agreed. There was a lot of shopping at this museum and I walked away with a gorgeous amethyst ring among other things. J What a great way to end a nice day!
A note: Our ship was anchored in the Para River which is a tributary of the Amazon and put us on the south side of ...
Waking up to "Andy, Andy come eat lunch" in slow, slightly broken, English at 12:07 after a glorious but not sufficient four and a half hours of sleep is a decent way to start the day. Better than "Andy, Andy, come help _______(insert miscellaneous task)" since it means food is ready. I roll over asking myself lunch? already?
Last night started with a nice bus ride downtown to go watch Tranze, my Brazilian brother Florindo's band play at ...
... my hammock and had my bag packed and ready in no time. The sun was out and blazing hot. I took another swim before we left so I wouldn't be so hot. We headed out and walked back to where we were dropped off the day before. We found that the tractor transport only starts running at 2:00 and it was only 12:30 so we went to the restaurant bar from the day before to get out of the sun, grab a cold drink, and get some lunch. After lunch we hopped on the ...
... were in sight and the end was near. Waking up at the port was a relief and to actually stand on solid ground, was blissful, as the end of ‘life is a hammock’ was here.
Overall, for 6 nights, 5 full days, we were living the dream in some ways and living a nightmare in others, but what an experience. Not many people we know have experienced the Amazon ferry and if you ever get the chance to, expect that life will be a ...