Rancho do Peixe
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Went to our last game today, Honduras vs Switzerland (0-3). Huge last night celebrating in Manaus. Kane and Luis flight was at 5.45am, so they just went straight to the airport without sleeping. Said it was the worst flight/travel day they've had haha. Our flight at 3:30 was hard enough to get on to so I'm not sure how the others got on their flight at 5:45. ...
So, we woke up at 4 (again having 3 hours sleep) and were a little worse for wear. We trudged to the air port and thankfully everyone went quite smoothly. There were a lot of Koreans attempting to get out of Porto Alegre and they decided to check in everyone at the same time so our check in took a while. From there, it was the usual ****** sandwiches and a good nap on the plane. First we arrived in Brasilia for a few hours and just chilled out before jumping on ...
... again up and out early, today we went piranha fishing, neither Simon or I caught on but one of the lads on the boat got 2 which was cool, we then went to a village to see how the locals live which isn't a lot different to how we've been living for the past two days. Now we are about to do the return journey back to Manaus, speed boat, mini bus speed boat and bus again but at least when we get there there will be modern luxuries like hot water electricity and internet ...
... sleep. We were greeted by Fabiola (the wife of the couple who own and run Tariri Lodge) and with her broken English she warmly welcomed us to our first amazon experience. We were overwhelmed by the monkeys that were climbing around her and were assured that they were pets. We met Chica (the mother) and her baby and were told about Chico (the dad) who was roaming around somewhere. Chico only likes the ladies and might be a bit aggressive so we really ...
... another hour on a jaguar hunt but to no avail so we headed back over sunset! Beautiful! That evening James had his local tea and ate a plateful of food which stayed in! Hooray!! The Norwegian girl also had some aquavit which is strong alcohol to help digest a meal!!! The local men loved it, although they spent most their life drinking, sleeping and watching tv so it barely touched the side!! Time for bed... 36 bites was my total!! I must be ...