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Um 2 Uhr Ortszeit setzte unser TAM Airbus endlich zur Landung in Manaus auf. Die heftigen Gewitter, die wir während der letzten Flugetappe beobachten konnten, hatten die Temperaturen von zuvor 40 Grad mit unserer Ankunft auf rund 22 Grad gesenkt. Alle ausser Jeannette sind froh, dass der Temperaturunterschied zum winterlichen Irai nicht drastischer …
... according to his purpose. Our day ended very late because following the service, we had dinner at a pizza restaurant. While the time was very late, the restaurant was packed with people. One thing you should know about many Brazilians, they eat late at night. You should also know that Brazilians love their weekends and while Americans slow things down on Sunday night, many Brazilians go out to enjoy the last part of ...
... it all closed down I managed to go around the a few things.
The Museum de Indio is run by a order of Nuns and shows customs and crafts of the indigenous people. There is no English, but it's amazing what you can figure out with a little Spanish and a lot of imagination. Oddly the museum ended with a display of medial instruments, I didn't want to think about what some of these were for.
The Sao ...
... utterance for it’s mother. Caimans will stay with their mothers for a period of only about 5 months. After that, the mother is likely to eat them if they hang around too long. We all have a gander at the frightened beast before it’s thrown back. We paddle off silently along the river, the reflection of the moon and clouds mirrored in the glassy river. We turn into a creek off the river that opens out into a kind of water forest. Trees emerge from the water in ...
Day one in Manaus, and there isn't really a lot to see in the city here. Thankfully the highlight of this stop is spending the next four days in the jungle. Bruno took me and two French travelers to see the meeting of the waters, where two rivers of Rio Negro (black water) and Rio Solimoes (white water) meet. You can literally see a line between the two waters and the different colors; they are even different temperatures.
There is also an entire village or town floating ...
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