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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I looked around for about a half hour and then finally called the company I had booked the tour with, Bamba Experience. Even though the company is based in Mexico, of course I got a guy in India on the phone. And, even though this was the emergency number that had been sent to me in their email, the guy had no idea about trips in Brazil and had to call me back about fifteen minutes later. I was pretty annoyed because it was ...
... I finished my delicious dinner, I decided to walk around town a bit. I discovered that is town wasn't the cleanest nor the nicest city in Brazil. The weather was extremely humid, but I got through it. As soon as I was done walking around I went to the bus station that was a few miles away, which is another reason why this isn't the best town because there isn't an easy access to transportation.
Finally I arrived back in my rented home, and went to sleep. ...
... on the opportunity to give it a try. Steven offered up his copy of Anthony Bourdain's autobiography for when I finish A Thousand Splendid Suns for when I finish. I'm very excited for this because my former roommate and chef, James, loves this book and has cited it as his reason for wanting to be a chef. After swapping some books and talking with Hydrulie and Suzie a bit longer, I took my guitar to the charging port and jammed out. It felt great. It has been ...
... many people lived there but we think it was about 8 adults and 12 children. We had an evening meal of fried chicken with rice and hoped we wouldn't have to rush to the 'bathroom' during the night. With the snake safely away in its box, and us all very tucked up in our hammocks hung across the kitchen, Sam went to switch off the light to be confronted by a massive (but only a baby) tarantula. No way was Sophie sleeping with that in ...
... poisonous snakes, a tarantula, preying mantis and countless other bugs along with a few playful monkeys up in the treetops. Our guide taught us many jungle survivor skills, but I am quite certain I wouldn't last 24 hours on my own - it's dark, everything is wet and you can't see the trail 10 feet in front or behind you. We got to try some indigenous skills. Even was the best archery shot (using a much thicker arrow than we're used to but without the curate ...