Holiday Inn Manaus
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... morning Germano took a group of us for a jungle walk. We were accompanied by the lodges dogs (we think they were brought along to discourage any "nasty, creepy, crawlies" that might be in the area). We were only a few paces along the path before the trees, vines, bushes, grasses etc.closed in and surrounded us. Germano's machete wielding dad brought up the rear, I assume to make sure that no stragglers got lost. We didn't see any wildlife, but ...
... of the Negro and Solimoes rivers, which form the Amazon River. I have other plans for tomorrow: to learn more about the city's history. So, next time. He would charge R$120,00 (US$ 58.00) per person, lunch included. Then dropped to R$90.00 (US$ 43.00) and came after us offering R$80.00 (US$ 38.00). Still, time was short and the trip offered was planned for much of the ...
... the fishmarket and dock area. After getting into a small boat with 8 other passengers, we were on our way to the jungle. We crossed over the meeting of the two waters (where the black water of the Rio Negro meets the brown water of the Solimoes River). This was quite interesting, as there is a clear colour divide where the rivers meet, yet don’t seem to mix. We then disembarked, took another bus, then a smaller boat (skiff) to more ...
... center but I think that a huge difference to European cities where the people want to live in the centers here they live just in the suburbs around the center and almost nobody is living in the centers. Anyway, her house was blue and really big for Brazilian conditions. I liked it, it has many rooms but looked the same way like someone just had forget to finish it. But if you are used to it, it is almost funny to see the houses and how they are built. She is living ...
... close to the edge of the river, and we were able to observe lots of riverside habitations where it would seem a miracle that they could keep livestock, most of which were permanently paddling in water. The boat announced its approach to all the villages by the 100 decibel music blaring 24 hours a day from the stern deck. A nice touch was that the kids from the village would paddle out in their canoes and retrieve various goodies slung off ...
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