Holiday Inn Manaus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it anymore. But I gotta say, I feel great. I'm unintentionally doing the raw diet. I've tried before but never lasted more than one meal so it'll be interesting to see how it goes. After eating I spent a while trying to memorize some lyrics to Brazilian songs. This is extremely difficult. Learning lyrics is always tough but when you don't know what they are saying it's straight-up memorization which is difficult to do for a whole song. At least in English I already know certain phrases ...
Yesterday Scott and I took an 8 hour trip to see the Meeting of the Waters where the Ria Negra joins the Rio Solimoes to become the Amazon River. The Rio Negra is black, swift flowing and highly acidic while the Rio Solimoes is muddy brown and warmer. The two flow side by side for 20 kilometers before finally joining. It is very interesting to see and all the guidebooks list it as one of the "must dos" for Brazil. But we did not think it was worth the 3 ...
... reminded us of home. We travelled back to main land Manaus the same way we got there, via many busses and boats and then got the bus back to the tour guides offices. From here, we were tired and hungry and needed to pack for our 3am flight in the morning. We walked back to our amazing apartment (stopping along the way for some more food and drinks) and then proceeded to our amazing apartment for the last time to shower and scrub. At this point, we just had to ...
... spot to watch Neymar score his amazing goals to lead Brazil to victory. We chilled watching the game with some microwave popcorn that we had to cook on the stove top thanks to the lack of cooking facilities in the studio ( in only has a stove top- no microwave or oven). We also couldn't open our front door for a good 1minute when our host came back to bring us some towels-thankfully we have no mastered it!
Post game we showered in ...
... is different from tall shaded tree dense areas, to open expanses of water, to grassy plains, which probably are around a metre or less deep - tricky! We saw lots of birds. And an Iguana, which got frightened and fell off the tree - a common occurrence we've been told. We also saw an area covered in lily pads! So freakin cool. We ventured in an area where the motor got stuck and we had to paddle and rock the boat to get out. We headed back to camp and ...