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Travel Blogs from Manaus
... decided to make it a food fair and had Brazilian meat kebabs, and the tapioca pancake filled with them meat of the palm fruit with cheese. He thought it was filled with mangos from the picture. It turned out to be quite good with the cheese they used. We headed off to the airport to travel to iguazu fall this afternoon evening.
We were warmed about the disorganized airport of Brazil but we got to experience it first hand today. There doesn't seem to be ...
... helpful staff. The tech. looked at it and stated that the seal could be replaced, the issue was fiding the parts.... we could wait possibly 12 to 20 days for a part, or go to Sao Paulo where another BMW dealership has the parts. At this point, we re-routed our original plan of going to Porto Velho; now we would go either to Santarem or Belem, and utilize the Amazon river to gain some territory.
Another ham and cheese sandwich for ...
... went back to my room to contact the Bank Again!!! Turns out that the same thing happened like last time..I used the card in a Machine which declined my card but they debited the account..thankfully the hotel staff were excellent and they sorted me out with printing the claim form out and faxing it off for me..lets see how this one goes..I will NEVER use a Travel card again. That was all fine but I was still left without money..My Efpos card wouldnt ...
... Our new life of luxury continued when the staff from our upcoming cruise picked us up in the hotel lobby and took us out to our boat. We were hesitant as they took our luggage from our hands, as everywhere else we've been that is a sign that you should go straight to the police station. Needless to say we were once again spoiled as we checked into our 16 room boat and got our own room with private ...
We flew into the Amazon to the Colombian town of Leticia however it is joined to the town of Tabatinga which is Brazil and on the opposite side of the river is Peru! They are open borders so you can move around freely although as we found out the Brazilian and Colombian towns that are joined have different time zones!
We stayed at a nice hostel in Leticia that had lots of information on jungle trips and so we booked one to leave the following day staying at the ...
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center