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Obwohl die Temperaturen in Brasilia mit rund 35 Grad Celsius bereits extrem hoch waren, wurde ich, als ich nach drei Stunden Flug in Manaus aus dem Flughafen kam, fast erschlagen. Die Temperaturen sind zwar vergleichbar mit denen in Manaus, die hohe Luftfeuchtigkeit aber macht das Atmen extrem anstrengend und treibt einem sofort den Schweiss auf …
... with soggy French fries, white rice, and a salad with no dressing or oil that consisted of a piece of lettuce with a couple cucumber slices. Gourmet stuff. Disappointed, I headed back to the hostel to finish updating my blog. I then went out to smoke with a tour guide I met at the hostel. She and her friends were sniffing paint thinner out of plastic water bottles the whole time and the joint was wrapped in paper from who knows where. I smoked ...
... so much from doing nothing. I was fading fast and honesty felt faint. thankfully the girls went to get some water. no worries after that. Switzerland ended up winning 3-0. walking to the main road to get a bus we saw so many groups of police cars, motorbikes, horses and riot police, all standing around doing nothing-standard sight whilst being in Brazil. massive guns too, a bit scary, and unnecessary. we successfully got a bus to the end ...
... was happening but the music was good and it provided an interesting topic for conversation. By the way I’m not on drugs or loosing the plot (Yet anyway) Brazilian dance performances are just that mad and crazy. The Theatre itself is beautiful and wouldn’t look out of place in London. It was built in the rubber boom in the 1890s and is a centre piece of the city sitting on the main square. Tomorrow is our last life game Swiss vs ...
... wide and in some places it is sixty metres deep. The Rio Negra river has it's own beach at Ponta
Negra. Just as we got to the restaurant the heavens opened up – in true "rain forest style" we were told. The food was gorgeous. It was interesting that they have electricity and the electric poles are in water - ever heard of electric shock - I guess not!
After lunch we went to see an ...