Plaza Hotel Manaus
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... The visit was interesting and not at all as commercial as we are used to. Afterwards, we went back to the lodge where they had cooked our piranhas for lunch. Tasty, but not much meat. Then, all that was left to do was to pack our stuff and head back to Manaus.
Today we've spent the day exploring Manaus. We started the day by finding a "lavanderia" to get some laundry done. Then we visited the Teatro Amazonas (Manaus opera house) where we got a ...
Midnight. Warm breeze. The buzz of countless creatures out there somewhere. The young Brazilian man steered the little wooden motor boat in the dark, occasionally sweeping his head lamp across the mighty river and the jungle on each side of it. My first sensations of the Amazon and it was magical. 20 minutes later we reached the Amazon Eco Park Jungle Lodge.
It was pretty exciting to wake up to. My cabin is surrounded by tropical trees and plants. The ...
Once we flew to the Amazonian city of Manaus from Rio we looked into options for where next. After realising we were out of season for a lightning lake and Angel Falls in Venezuela we instead decided to take one of the infamous boats down the Amazon river to a small town bordering Brazil, Peru and Colombia. The boat trip is infamous among backpackers for being a long, seven days down the river that will ...
... side by side for many miles, different in color, mixing in eddies: the "Meeting of the Waters." Legend has it that they never mix.
The Forest and Architecture
The wealth of the primeval forest becomes visible first of all in the architecture of the city. The city enriched and the rubber barons afforded the biggest luxury from Europe, a copy the Grand Opera de Paris - the Teatro Amazonas. Other monuments from this epoch are the Mercado Municipal, a ...
... disgusting amazon clothes in a bag and deal with it when we get to Peru. We tried to sleep however, being a Friday night, there was a massive street party happening in the square near us and it honestly sounded like it was right next door. It was so loud that it made it so hard to sleep. So now I'm sitting at the airport, writing this blog in Manaus trying to stay awake as Jess and Kathy are playing football in the airport. Time to get involved. Buenos nachoes!!! ...