Hotel Mercure Manaus
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... fans to arrive at the game by boat, I am dismayed to see roughly 200 preparing to board with us. 'This is gonna be a booze cruise' says Karen. As we are let aboard, Karen rushes to the second deck to put the hammocks up as I struggle on with the bags. 'Try yours out' she says having quickly tied them up in position. No sooner have I gotten in the thing however than I quite literally hit the deck in front of all the England fans, bruising my bum and my ...
... included petting sloths, baby crocodiles and snakes, swimming with pink river dolphins, watching a tribal dance and a gourmet buffet lunch. Our tour guide Fabio had in fact bent the truth regarding the captivity of every animal on the tour and as such we didn't partake in any swimming, petting or general horseplay. It was though, a brilliant 8 hours spent on the amazon river and I would recommend it to anyone who finds themselves ...
... two choices:
- Choice one: use credit card I used to pay for the tickets and collect from a machine. There were two machines available. However, if this did not work, you had to join the queue for choice two.
- Choice two: queue to see any of five agents and only needed passport to collect the tickets.
... excited to get stuck into the local culture we headed out for all you can eat pizza for dinner and were soon nursing our food babies due to the insistence of the waiters that we have a slice from every plate they brought round. But boy was it good after 4 days of 'boat food'. After dinner we went to see a cheap show at the glamorous opera house (Teatro Amazonas) - yes you read that right, they have an opera house in the middle of the ...
... now. It was going to be a sweaty 3 days!! There was a lot of construction on the drive down to Rio Negro but it kind of all seemed slow going when you think that the World Cup is only a month away! We turned down an unmarked 8km dirt road with the largest pot holes I've ever seen to finally reach the Rio Negro. A narrow orange and green canoe came to pick us up with 2 members from Tariri Lodge who didn't speak any English. It was a surreal ride to ...