Travel Blogs from Leticia
... br> Episode 113 - That Monkey Has A Janelle On It's Ass Original Air Date - Feb 15 2014
Surviving the night quite comfortably, Tim and Janelle and the rest of the tour group head to a local wildlife house. Upon arriving Janelle immediately conquers her fear of monkeys, when one jumps on her back and makes itself at home riding on her shoulders. Tim gets to hold a turtle, before he is given the opportunity to have a juvenile, 3m anaconda, ...
... who worked from a stilt house, and then buy our tickets for the boat, before walking the whole way back to the river in the thick mud and thongs… not ideal.
Returned to Colombia and got some lunch and decided we deserved a cocktail. Ordered a Caipirinha (national cocktail of Brazil made from cane sugar) and was a little surprised to find there was at least ...
... used to be beautiful big trees. There isn't much traffic on it, which I am very glad about after being on this boat.
Which brings me to my main point of despair. The litter that is simply discarded overboard from this boat is astounding. There are only three gringos on this boat so I look weird putting my rubbish in the trash and frowning at all the locals who don't think twice about throwing it over the rails. It is done ...
... to explain to a backpacker how to cut the string they had purchased for their hammock to the correct length. He repeatedly said "Ju need chisus, ju need chisus!". The poor backpacker thought he was being evangelized by this Portuguese guy, meanwhile all he was trying to say was "you need scissors".
On the morning of our departure, we arrived at the small river port on the banks of the muddy Amazon, ready for our four-day voyage down into Brazil. A crowd of ...
... just now have to wait 15 days for it to come off lol. the caber is the biggest tree on the javari river it can fit 25 people round it standing with ther hands out it is huge.day 4:this was a special day as we took the kids to a local community and they got to meet the kids there. the kids of san pedro have nothing and it was good for the kids to see as most of them come from a privileged background they all brought ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking