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10-04 & 05-2012 – Manaus, Brasil (Hotel Brasil); 88,565 miles – The Center of the Planet
Sunny day to ride through "the center of the planet" and stop at the sculpture for the Equator Line – lattitude 0. Tipping over to the southern hemisphere, following the planet into another summer... and seeing the toilets spin …
... were sweet citrus flavors and a red-hot flavor. Just like those candies, I would feel the sweet love of Jesus and the Holy Spirit, and the fiery, burning passion to praise God, have Him in my life again, show it to the world how amazing my God is.
John asked me, after we had been watching the stars for a while, "Where are you in your walk with Christ?" He apologized for being blatant, but ...
... Janni, Janni". I thought it was very weird that I would run into someone I knew in the Amazon of all places. But when I turned around I saw Deu, our guide from the jungle who also made it back to civilization to do some shopping.
I am now in search of Tacaca, which I was told by Andre that I must try. I'm not sure if I will be successful, but it's my last night in Manaus so I plan to have a few beers as well. Who knows, maybe I'll run into Deu again.
Gastos da etapa:
- Chope no aeroporto - R$ 5,00 / EUR 1,92
- Tacacá na feira - R$ 7,00 / EUR 2,70
- 3 táxis: R$ 46,00 / EUR 17,65 (metade das tarifas, porque dividi com o Comandante)
- Jantar: R$ 48,50 / EUR 18,61 (metade do peixe, mais as águas e cachaças e cervejas que consumi)
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... up" the water level drops by approximately 30 feet. Underneath us was a 20 foot plus waterfall …. in the dry season. When I looked down all I saw was black Amazon river water, but apparently the waterfall is so beautiful that people from Manaus come to weekend at the waterfall. Right now the local inhabitants get most of their food from fishing in the river, but when the water levels drop they are too ...