Hotel Millennium - Manaus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We still managed to buy our tickets without major issues though, and after another sweaty walk and showing our passports numerous times we could finally put up our hammocks on the boat. It looked really nice with all the hammocks in different colors and it somehow has a charm to travel like the local people do. On a side note, we found Santarém
to be a nicer and cleaner city than Belém, despite the fact that we didn’t have much time to spend there.
So after a scary plane journey to Manaus, we finally arrived. Straight away, we were stressed, non of the Brazilian banks would let us withdraw money, and we owed a lot of money to this Amazon survival tour. The problem was finally solved and we were whisked off to the jungle early in the morning, enduring a incredibly fast car ride and and sore bottom boat ride. We got dropped off at the Amazon ...
... to the river. We were in a shared room situated above the dining area. When we first arrived there were only 4 other guests so it was pretty chilled but over the course of the next 4 days (as carnaval ended) lots more people arrived. Anyway, I digress, we spent about 3 1/2 hours on the river that afternoon in a motorised canoe. Our driver was affectionately known as El Capitain, didn't speak a word of English and rather enjoyed terrorising the person sat ...
... river beach a few kilometers from Ponta Negra upstream the Rio Negro. Access by shared motorized canoe from Estalagem de David.
Paricatuba Waterfall is on the right bank of the Negro River, along a small tributary, is formed by sedimentary rocks, surrounded by abundant vegetation. Access is by boat. The best time to visit is from August to February.
Love Cascade is in the Guedes bayou, with cold and crystal clear water, is accessible only by boat ...
... was hungry but told myself to wait until morning to eat the 6 bananas I had left. I needed to be careful with food rations because all I had for the day were the 6 bananas, half an avocado which was part rotten, 4 extremely bitter tangerines (not even worth eating) and half a cucumber, a bag of bug-infested peanuts that hadn't been roasted properly, and no money left to buy boat food. I awoke to find my bananas missing. To put this in perspective, I have an iPhone, a ...