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... to sell after wards. They are much harder to set up and need to be tied with rope. Mine has carribeaners (sp?) on each end and straps that set up anywhere. Much better than rope and much cooler than a cotton or wool hammock. I'm extremely grateful I brought it. We sat around talking for a while and I ate one of my football sized avocados for dinner, using my pocket knife and reusable plastic spoon. I also took a shower which was surprisingly nice. The bathrooms ...
We stopped over in Belem for a night - our first big city in Brazil! Two hours after arriving we headed out the door of our room and found police men in the reception. They were there because three of the guys we met on the boat had been robbed at knife point just down the road, thankfully they were ok. After finding out what had happened we went back to our room to get rid of cameras and wallets and ditch some cash. The lady ...
Blowing rain clouds were on hand for the departure from Cayenne. It seemed a busy place when I arrived, the approach controller even mentioned I might have to fly in a hold because of the number of planes inbound. That didn't happen on arrival, and when I left about 9 am local time I was the only plane moving. The filed flight plan was simple:
SOCA CYR G443 BEL SBBR at FL090
This was a short flight, about three ...
... defy belief. Every day we witness upwards of 50 incidents that would earn penalty points in England, and the road is littered with overturned trucks from stupid overtaking manoeuvres. The answer is of course speed humps…ha ha ha.
We knew it would take us at least 3 days, and there is no information on camps since this is not a well travelled part of Brazil, but the country never ceases to amaze us as we stopped in the middle of nowhere to find a ...
... late is expected. People just don't do "stuff" like Americans. Life here is not as busy. The majority cannot afford to have hobbies to keep them busy all the time, hence I find a lot of time to sit around and relax. This isn't so bad since I sleep a lot here. I can easily sleep 10-12 hours a night here as opposed to my normal 6-8 at home. I read the news a lot. I'm actually very up to date on a lot of the politics back home which I would not normally be. ...
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