- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... reading A Thousand Splendid Suns with talking to Hydrulie, Suzie, and Steven and jamming on my newly refined guitar. The cleaning and new strings really have made me want to play the instrument for the first time on this trip. I'm even cleaning the strings (which I never do at home) because I want to make sure they don't rust and get shot because who knows when I'll get a chance to buy decent strings again. And in the humidity of the Amazon, rust can form in a day so ...
... trip. The journey to the lodge involved several buses and speed boat rides with a stop to feed some very big and strong fish. We stopped at 'Encontro das Aguas' (Meeting of the Waters). Here the dark Rio Negro and the coffee-coloured Rio Solimones flow side by side for several kilometres without mixing (due to differences in speed, density and temperature), before merging to form the mighty Amazon. A strange sight.
... it and it has antiseptic properties but it has what looks like PVA glue (Gloup) in it and is just plain mad. I have become General of the mozzie killing army and took out over 55 today a personal best. I may have lost the plot at one point as I sat there like a ninja with a Rambo stare plucking mozzie’s out the air and squashing them. This could be the beginning of my demise, spiralling into a demented Apocalypse Now like state. Watch this space to find ...
... then allocated room 604.
I took at taxi at 17H00 to go to the Arena de Amazonia. Traffic was a nightmare and nearer the stadium the roads were blocked by the police. So I had to walk a quarter of the journey on foot. At the stadium there was airport style security - all bags were scanned, everyone had to go through the body scanners and liquids were not allowed in the stadium. I later found out that ...
Ash's dream was finally here!! We'd made it to Manaus in one piece ready for the World Cup to start in a couple of days. Our first impressions were really positive with the locals being really friendly and pointing us in the right direction of the buses and our hotel, it was quite tricky since we didn't speak a word of Portuguese. Straight away after checking in there was so much chat in our hostel about football, Lucy was going slowly mad ...