Rancho do Peixe
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... huts with flax roofs are scattered around the jungle trees, with a small football feild in the middle. Very cool place, but a lot of noises come from the jungle.. Havnt quite veered off the wooden pathway yet! The 6 of us went for a boat ride up the amazon in a small wooden kayak type boat with a guide from the camp that spoke minimal English. He was good value as he climbed a tree and caught a sloth for us all too hold, very cool!! We ...
... out of the three of us, and half way through we experienced a jungle down pour. We were soaked and really bitten by the mosquitos. As we couldn't get much wetter we went for a swim in the river negro at a tiny secluded beach in the middle of the rainforest. The river is brown but clear. Germano's told us it's because of the organic matter from the vegetation. The water was lovely and warm- a lot warmer than the shower! In the canoe on the way back ...
... breath taking! We found our mini cayman... Gilmar being a young 20yr old wanted to wrestle a big one so seemed quite disappointed with the half metre one we got but by this time.... 5.5hrs since lunch, we wanted to just get back! Dinner was waiting for us as was a new addition to the group, a Norwegian girl, who's English was perfect. We had a quick chat over dinner but we were all so dead it was time for bed! Went to bed with 2 bites on my ...
... 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 ...
... tonight! We then offered supper to the workers even though the church ladies had not planned on them eating with us. What an amazing treat...God had to divide the fresh fish that was grilled for us. What an incredible bonding experience for all of the workers, both Brazilian and Gringos. Then after dinner we all went to a worship/prayer service focusing on the joy we as Christians should exhibit in everything we do as outlined in ...