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Amazon river to iguazu falls. We had quite an early morning start since breakfast was at 7 am again and luggage needs to by the door by 7 am also. We departed finally around 830am by motorized canoe to the closest road first then by car. After getting in town, we were ale to get hold of the guide Alan to give us a short tour to the Eduardo Rierdo Sunday fair. The booths had quite unique things but since many came from out of state (of brazil) so it was a little ...
... of the Amazons. We drove by a BMW dealership on the way in, and once downtown we went to a few of the hotels/hostels recommended in the guide. Though finding parking for a bike can be tricky sometimes. We settled at Hotel Brasil near the main port and ventured into the busy and hot streets searching for cold medicine and food... That night we rested and researched mechanics in the area. Thursday morning we went to the BMW dealership and found a group ...
... up in bed now so Buenes Noches..thats Spanish I know ..as I have no clue at all about Portuguese which is what they speak here... no photos till tomorrow..
Hello Manaus...Hit the breakfast buffet early (for me that is) then went to check out the Hotel..decided to get some cash out as they have a ATM in the foyer...and Lucky me !! Once again the good old Travel Money card has let the team down...It should have had $500 on it but only had $100, so ...
... and headed up to Manaus to meet with Heidi's family. After a five hour layover in Sao Paulo, we arrived at our hotel at about midnight. Here we had get used to having our own air conditioned room, instead of sharing a crowded room with 6 other new friends. In the morning, we awoke and met the Achenbach family for a giant breakfast buffet, fairly different from out usual breakfast of instant coffee with bread ...
... was absolutely beautiful. After breakfast we went out and visited a local family and their house and farm. It was really interesting to see how they lived and the self sustained lifestyle they had. Back to Manaus, a free port (tax free) so we managed to quickly buy another point and shoot camera to get us by the rest of the trip. We had a lovely dinner with our new friends made on the tour and then settled in for the wait for our 3am flight to rio de ...
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