Comfort Hotel Manaus
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the discovery of gold. I just wanted to see the famous opera house. Legend has it that one of the rubber barons loved Caruso and thought if he built the biggest best opera house the great singer would come to perform. All the materials were brought from all over Europe in ships and in the middle of the jungle he erected this massive, beautiful building. Sadly, there is no record that Caruso was ever here. But it's still the centre of town, with the plaza in ...
... it was still so humid from yesterday, I wanted to take a nice dip in the ocean. It felt so nice. It was like bath water, but the water wasn't too warm that it made me still feel sticky from the humidity. I saw a ton of people playing soccer on this beach, and I went and joined in. There were just a lot of good vibes from people. They were so including. I guess they really like when the tourists come here and ...
... on the Amazon River, probably to one family hand-built houses. The workers were so systematic with everything that it reminded me of worker ants I had seen in the jungle. Afterwards, I deleted many sunset photos because there were too many, updated them to blog, and passed out. (I am aware that there is still an excess of sunset photos but this one was spectacular and even after deleting over 30 I still have too many, but they are incredible ...
... are a lot of English-speaking travelers and others who speak Spanish since the boat is headed towards Colombia (we stop in Tabatinga, Brazil, which shares a border with Peru and my destination, Leticia, Colombia). The food is included and, while it isn't great, at least dinner wasn't PBR for once. Last night, dinner was a beef stew, which was halfway decent and passion fruit (maracuja) juice. After getting on the boat and getting situated, I noticed ...
... at the riverside lodge and were greeted by Scott and Linda, a Canadian couple, who were volunteers teaching English to the locals. After lunch we set out in the dugout-canoe with our guides, Carols and Luiz, to fish for piranhas. This activity turned more into us feeding the piranhas much to the amusement of the others who were pulling them out with ease. However, Sophie eventually caught a big one and as the rest of the boat took in ...