Hotel Saint Paul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... you are a highly certified mountain climber that can fight dangerous monsters, I advise you too, to stay away.
Now, this fourth stop is the not-so-joyful kingdom of Volarias, where negativity is in the air! Everything is black, grey, and dark, the people grouch, they're cruel and play nasty tricks, and everyone is already filled with negativity without even having to go to Misaria forest! Volarias used to be ...
... s Eve. I think a **** would make this room smell better.
You might also think, "why don't you shut up and enjoy the Amazon?" Well, had we been prepared for this lodge, I would have known what we were getting into and been better equipped (emotionally). Our guide told us not to expect to see any animals, except for lots of bugs. We went fishing today for piranha and not one of the 12 people on our boat caught a thing with their bamboo stick, and ...
... up with some cachaça and fresh oranges so I made some drinks. The conversation was mostly in Spanish, so I could pick up maybe 60-70% of what was said. That should Change soon since I'll finally be in Spanish speaking territory in less than a week. We also discovered that between the 12 travelers, we represented 13 different nationalities.; a few of them were citizens in more than one country. I talked to too many different people to list them all and it was a great night. Time for ...
... took up position outside the Teatro Amazonas to watch the game on the big screen. After four games we had finally given in and bought the shirt to help blend in (apart from Sophie's hair). Again the street beers were flowing and meat (of dubious origin) on a stick was soaking them up. Brilliant atmosphere with Brazil scraping through against a below-par Colombian team.
With a slightly sore head we set off the next day on ...
... location, and we had a fun time watching the Germany-Ghana game in an amphitheater overlooking the river (except for the part where Germany didn't win, making the U.S.' path to the second round more difficult). Dennis and I then went back to downtown Manaus to meet up with our friends Dave and Jenn, who had arrived in Brazil the night before and been on a day-long Amazon tour. The four of us went back to the square to join the throngs of revelers in an ...