Hotel Saint Paul
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... don't seem to care either and are all fat. I don't understand it really. The climate here could grow so many healthy vegetables and it's wasted. Unfortunately, being a tourist, it's tough to find ways around eating similarly to the locals. Colombia can't come soon enough. I watched a relatively un exciting sunset. It was beautiful but ended quickly because of a giant cloud. I have a sucky chess app on my phone ...
... we had switched from the Rio Negro which is black to the Amazon which is a yellowy brown. The Rio Negro is the colour of coke a kind of browny/black. This is caused by the river flowing very slowly (4km per hour) so the leaves and other debris sit in the water. The river is also warm around 30C+ so the leaves effectively get boiled like they are a giant tea bag and the tannin turns the water the colour of coke. The ph of the water and tannin mean the ...
... on poses to strike--thumbs up, "Blue Steel," modeling our guns, Japanese tourist peace signs, etc. Everyone was so friendly, and the largely-Brazilian crowd--in contrast to Natal's half-American crowd--all seemed to be supporting the U.S. We even appreciated some of the Portuguese fans. Our favorites, though, were the random French fans that appeared out of nowhere, jumping into our group shouting "Les baguettes!" as they shoved loaves of bread in our ...
Met up with the other four boys and went for a mission down to the fan zone in Manaus. Massive amphitheatre set up with a huge screen, can't wait for Brazil to play Tomorrow. It's set up right on the bank of the amazon, still can't believe the size of this river! Had ...
... so was a long, fast, very sketchy ride on the back of a motorbike, swerving through cars and in between buses wearing just a singlet, shorts and jandels..but so much fun! The entire fan zone was packed full of brazilians, was cool to experience but just soo many people it was hard to move anywhere. Is quite a different experience when 6 big white guys walk through a crowd of small brazilians, everyone stares, and the women are very welcoming.. Quite ...