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Got up early and just grabbed a
coffee & pastry before heading into Santarem to the fish market – wanted to
get there early but was thwarted by poor bus service (waited over ½ hour) but
luckily there was still some activity at 9am when I eventually arrived.
As well as some very handsomely
marked and bearded big fish, there were scrawny specimens which I bought for 2
real a pop for a young lad to tie on ...
... drank some coconuts and left. The lady who sold us the coconuts was so sweet; sweet enough to get an honorable mention anyway. Suzane then took me to Mangal Das Garças, which is some sort of garden/zoo/wildlife reserve place with different animals, an enclosed bird forest and butterfly house, and beautiful views. The pictures do a decent job of describing what I saw. It was definitely pretty cool seeing so many birds I had never seen before. After the Mangal ...
DAY 14 …… January 31st ……. At Sea ….. Crossing the Equator
At around 10.30pm local time the latitude on the screen ‘read’ ZERO --- w were at the Equator. Disaster on-board -- our TV broke – the whole unit just collapsed and Lynn was devastated – no in-room movies!! (A helicopter had ...
... are pretty awesome. They play a punk style rock with some heavy metal riffs thrown around as well. They are a pretty good definition of alternative rock as they try to come up with new things and using old style in new ways. They have a type of music here called Brega which is a pop dance music usually found at parties. The band took an older Brega song and added some rock flair to make a really good sound that the crowd liked a lot. After ...
... hammock hooks. This was nice because it ensured I wouldn't get rained on at night. We went to the Praia da Saudade and swam a bit. Then we sat in a circle in a small river that emptied onto the beach and played some drinking games till the sun went down and all the Brazilians got cold (it was only 75 degrees outside people, thats cold!). We then found some people had made a fire and were not really using it so we went and stood around that for a bit and ...
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