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It was a relatively uneventful day on the boat. It was very hot and after a night of drinking so I didn't want to do anything that used brain power so I didn't even try to memorize any lyrics. I read a few chapters in Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain, courtesy of Steven, my South African buddy. I tried talking some more Spanish but I'm realizing just how much I've forgotten since I've been so focused ...
... we cross back to the city of Manaus to stay for another week. Classic amazon backpackers service when we arrived back to Hotel Rei Arthur. They had overbooked the hotel for the people on the tours so we were out of the rooms we had already paid for before leaving on the jungle tour. Lucky we got along with the hotel owners sons and big mama allowed us to stay in a penthouse apartment that had a balcony looking over the road leading up to ...
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After getting into Manaus and checking into our only partially-renovated hotel (our room was fine, our friends' rooms were less fine--"Brazil happened," they gamely laughed), we walked down to Arena da Amazonia, Manaus' gorgeous new World Cup stadium. The stadium's design mimics an Amazonian native's woven basket, and the seats inside are the colors of seven different tropical fruits common in the Amazon. It's a very cool concept, and ...
We watched the Brazil game in the main square and it was absolutely rammed full of Brazilians going mental. It was unbelievable the Mexican keeper keeping out the Brazilians. He's definitely going to get signed up by a good team. When we were watching the Chile team I released that they are actually managed by Andre Agassi. I can’t believe Andre Agassi led the Chilean’s to knock out Spain. We were in disbelief when Spain went out ...
... in the hopes they lose their senses, plunge their hands in their wallet (to buy everyone beer of course), and decide they want to sit next to a screaming, irate, mildly intoxicated, English-Australian psychopath (love you dad <3). The tactic proved successful and we took a jolly Bolivian fellow to watch England get beaten by Italy in what dad claimed was 'all part of the plan'. Not surprisingly the English will believe anything if ...