Travel Blogs from Manaus
I arrived at Manaus airport with a delay of 30 minutes thanks to the air transportation chaos at Brasilia airport. So far and yet so close. A flight leaving every four minutes in an airport (Brasilia) with capacity for one flight every 20 minutes.
Undue delay at baggage claim area, an airport that "small" seemed to …
... of their own and they started to purse forward. Then my tongue started moving. I couldn’t hear myself, but I knew what God, the Holy Spirit, and I were talking about… kind of. It was more of the Holy Spirit in me, speaking my heart to God with me. Insane. Beautiful. I actually started laughing in the middle of my conversation with God because it was so wonderful! Then I would feel my lips ...
All I can say is, you had to be there! And if you are ever going to be there, let me know and I will gladly join you. The floats were ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. The music was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. The dancers were ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. The costumes were ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. Ok, if ...
... alongside what was left of the gangplank and by a "blue peter" method of utilising a rubber tyre, plank and bit of wood managed to construct something to enable the rest of our passengers to re-board our boat. We then sailed away leaving the other boat with the landing stage still attached to it to devise another method of passenger retrieval. It is so refreshing not to have any health and safety rules in a primitive community and surprise surprise the villagers survive and so did ...
... fire. Yes some poor guy had to chop the wood, light the fire and cook the fish. They tasted good but were very tricky to eat.
In the afternoon Max, our guide, took us into the rainforest with a canoe. These canoes are the bikes or cars of the Amazon, everybody uses them to get from A to B. They must have tougher bottoms than I do, by our ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services