Rancho do Peixe
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- Airport Transportation
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... only part of the jeep was covered. On our journey back it started to pour again and a bolt of lightning hit the ground about 100m from where we were driving. Now I can honestly say I have never been that close to a bolt of lightning and would probably prefer not to be again, especially when driving through water! It was so bright that every time we blinked for the next 10 minutes we could still see the flash of light and there were some serious ...
... location, and we had a fun time watching the Germany-Ghana game in an amphitheater overlooking the river (except for the part where Germany didn't win, making the U.S.' path to the second round more difficult). Dennis and I then went back to downtown Manaus to meet up with our friends Dave and Jenn, who had arrived in Brazil the night before and been on a day-long Amazon tour. The four of us went back to the square to join the throngs of revelers in an ...
... mechanical failure so he flagged down another small kayak and left us with a paddle while he went all the way back to get more oil.. So it was the 6 of us floating in the middle of the amazon for 20 minutes.. Definitely one of the coolest experiences Iv ever had! Went Camon (crocodile) hunting that night, the guides caught some smaller ones for us to hold. Early night tonight as we have our amazon jungle experience tomorrow! ...
... a beer. Livvy got a coke. And they didn't have caipirinhas, so I got a rum and coke. Lucivaldo rather rudely opened Livvy's coke to pour my coke and rum and she thought he was pouring it out into a cup for her. Awks. The bar didn't have much going for it. Everyone there seemed to be into the soap opera on tv? A dramatic soap it was too. And by everyone I mean the 7 of us. There were even bats flying around eating the mosquitos and some very big beetles and ...
... daunting task of finding a boat to take us up river to Tabatinga. Daunting because, with our lack of Portuguese and lack of knowledge regarding what we were looking for or even what was an appropriate price, finding the right boat was bound to be difficult. Arriving at the docks, we could see hundreds of the big boats that cruise the Amazon, and had no idea where to start. But we started asking questions of the blokes under the umbrellas by the water, and somehow found ...