Rancho do Peixe
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Hi guys, Sorry I've been off the grid for a couple of days, no internet in the amazon, who knew!!!! So a catch up of what we've been up to..... Landed at Manaus airport after a 9 hour flight to be greeted with our transfer bus which was a hour and a half drive to a ferry port at this point the heavens opened and boy did it rain! The ferry across the river which took about 40 minutes was interesting - a speed boat going like the clappers in the Amazonian rain = very wet ...
... down in the couch and passed out for a while with Rach. When I groggily got up Rach was heading back to our room. About to join her, the fellas offered my a caipirinha, so I decided to stay a little longer to drink it. Not gonna lie I felt very tipsy by the time I finished it! I waited a while and then headed to bed feeling very tired. Once in the room, I read a little harry potter and them drifted off to bed relieved that the bed was no longer wet but just ...
... to watch the sun rise over the river. This part of the world is amazingly beautiful and what you can see is different from minute to minute. We went dolphin spotting and were rewarded with several flurries of surface activity, it's just a shame they move too fast for me to take any photos. We also saw a howler monkey- those things are cute! It was a bit strange when we came across a cattle ranch on the river bank, complete with 5 street lamps and a satellite dish. We ...
... what ended up being 8 hours for our bus to depart. We arrived in Manaus early this morning and somehow got ourselves on a bus heading into the city (which we didn't end up paying for). After checking into our hostel and having a walk around we booked a boat ride to Santarem tomorrow. We then had to rush out and buy hammocks and found a guy just as he was closing, but we forgot to get ...
... the Brazilian roller coaster, given the combination of crazy driver, bad roads, broken-down bus and unwary passengers flying from the front to the back of the bus in zero gravity: the secret is to get on the bus and immediately take the first available seat, before the driver even think of leaving. An eight-hour night bus with air conditioning set at polar temperatures from Natal to Fortaleza: I was expecting much worse, we also managed to sleep. Six hours by bus from Fortaleza ...