Oasis Tower Hotel
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... on we managed to arrive at the Tabatinga airport five ours early. Baring in mind we thought there would be some sort of shop there or cafe, nope. This is the most basic aiport I have ever seen, only flying a plane too and from Manaus three times a week. Not too mention the flight being more like a rollercoster ride than anything, people even started screaming! overall Tabatinga was not a nice place, but no where near as bad as we were expecting. On too Manaus and the ...
... the camera was on a tether and just ended up dangling.
Don's Suzuki 600cc Vstrom is going well. The only issue has been the aluminium engine sump guard. Now on the second repair of the mounting lugs. Main challenge is finding someone who can weld aluminium and make it look better than bird s***.
So far so good the list is pretty short.
Next leg is back to Cochabamba, Bolivia via Santa Cruz. Starting 7 April after Easter.
... towns on a busy Saturday morning and a 30 km section of dusty, sandy back road. Our dusty road was a mistake caused by a helpful local sending us the wrong way!
Sunday - A little maintenance: New rear tyre for Colin - TKC80 off at about 7,500km and a new Metzler Tourance on. Don refitted his engine bash plate after having the mounting lugs welded on for the second time. Otherwise a leisurely day watching movies while it rained.
... station while we waited for Don to return to find us - a long distance due to the concrete divide in the middle of the road - necessitating a 'retourno' or two. 45 minutes later and we were all reunited at Petrobas, with an 'auto electrica' two shops along. Robin prevailed on their goodwill and soon had Colin's BMW lying on its side, and removed the offending alternator to take with us for repair. Don offered to pillion Colin, so some gear and the bike were ...
Today I visited Ribeirao Preto, a city about 1 hour north of Araraquara, with an other IAESTE student. Its nickname is the 'Brazilian California', because of its wealth and technical industries.
It is also the city that the french team stayed in during the world cup, so french flags were everywhere!
I only explored downtown but from the bus saw some of the rest of the city. The outskirts are a lot more like California than the center is; the was a huge Carefour and lots ...