Comfort Hotel Manaus
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... with my traveler friends, which was unfortunate, but any time I accomplish something on this boat (finish a book, write lyrics, shave, eat food with vegetables, etc.), however unimportant it may seem, it feels like I just climbed Everest because it is hair so boring. Therefore, I didn't mind missing out on some drinks in order to get a shave and a decent cleaning in. Then I challenged Ricardo to a game of chess, using the strategies he ...
... up playing indivisible football through the crowds of people on our way to the beer stand. We got a few weird looks however some others joined in with us. We all caught mototaxis home after the game, they new we were mates so they all raced each other back, so sketchy once again swerving through traffic but good adrenalin buzz. ...
... saw a big ole snake, sloth and a baby crock. Then we ate lunch. Then went to see a floating town. We ended with the meeting of the two rivers. The Amazon and the Negro rivers. The two rivers do not mix due to the temperature and currents. Made it back to our box hotel room. USA pre party ...
... about hosting the World Cup, doing everything they could to make the most of the opportunity, and going out of their way to make sure visitors were shown a good time. We gave multiple TV interviews about our Manaus experience, random strangers stopped us in the square to ask us if we were having an OK time in Manaus and every tourist sight (of which there were only about two, to be fair) had stationed an English-speaking host in each room to make sure we ...
Life on the Amazon is like a box of chocolates. There's 16 different types and it's inevitable that at least 2 or 3 are gonna taste like bunghole. With those general numbers in mind I thoroughly enjoyed 14/16ths of my time in Manaus and the remaining 2 of 16 was quite a culture shock. Derelict graffiti covered walls and the sheer amount of extreme poverty throughout the city was certainly a shock to my privileged yuppy existence. Looking ...