Hotel Millennium - Manaus
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Hellooooo everyone!! J)))
Woow, schon während dem Schreiben schwitze ich wie ein Esel
:D Hier in Manaus erlebten Denise und ich einen Hitzeschock bzw. einen
Luftfeuchtigkeits-Schock xD Das habe ich ernsthaft noch nie erlebt, eine so
hohe Luftfeuchtigkeit, dass man sich wirklich wie unter einer heissen Dusche
... etc. Yet again we had to walk along a pavement which was lined with stalls selling all manner of stuff - from hardware to food to clothes - . Our friend Mark was bumped in to and had his pocket picked. Luckily it was just his cabin key which he needed to get back on the ship. The funny thing is, about ten minutes later a man ran up to him and gave it back to him - perhaps when he found there was no money inside he decided to do the decent thing - who knows!!!! Anyway this was ...
... tasty lunch and chill out on the deck we met or guide Chilton and headed on our first river boat trip to piranha fishing, as we set out we saw some pink river dolphins really close to our boat so we followed them along the river watching them as they came up for air. Piranha fishing was fun and again we did ok, catching different types of piranhas (red, yellow and ferocious), but they were much smaller than in the pantanal. We headed to the centre of the lake ...
... hour, though, since our flight was delayed an hour. The reason? The catering truck somehow got stuck to the airplane. ("Brazil happened.") All was worth it, though, as we took off and flew over the Amazon, and Dennis and I were treated to incredible aerial views of the meeting of the waters. We watched the black river and the brown river flow side by side for about 10 minutes before converging to form the mighty Amazon.
Gato Tally: 602
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... Pete McDonough (a colleague of our's ) was in the pub so it was good to catch up with people who we knew (or at least Simon did). We got to the ground early, was surprised by the lack of merchandise sales, there was no programme's being sold, so we found our seats early and literally two row's in front of us is an ex colleague from work Vicki Smith who is in South America for 8 months travelling. The crowd was heavily partisan towards Italy, the locals ...