Sleep Inn Manaus
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... jungle - bit like the film "Deliverance" - but very interesting - especially seeing the black marks on the trees to show how high the water is during the rainy season - up to three metres in some parts - just unbelievable - some islands disappear under the water only to emerge when the dry season starts and the waters begin to recede.
A short but fast whizz through the water brought us to January Lake where we got a close up look at the giant water lilies - Victoria Regia - named ...
It was a relatively uneventful day on the boat. It was very hot and after a night of drinking so I didn't want to do anything that used brain power so I didn't even try to memorize any lyrics. I read a few chapters in Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain, courtesy of Steven, my South African buddy. I tried talking some more Spanish but I'm realizing just how much I've forgotten since I've been so focused ...
we finally found a supermarket!! massive highlight of the day seeing as though we have been looking for one since we arrived here. so frustrating not being able to utilize our beautiful kitchen. after a lovely sleep in our comfie beds it was off the the supermarket. thanks to Google we knew it would be a big one not one of the small ones we'd walked past the other day. we took a taxias we had no idea where it was. there are so many one way streets ...
... up playing indivisible football through the crowds of people on our way to the beer stand. We got a few weird looks however some others joined in with us. We all caught mototaxis home after the game, they new we were mates so they all raced each other back, so sketchy once again swerving through traffic but good adrenalin buzz. ...
... aesthetics (or lack of) and realising that a city the size of Brisbane exists in the middle of the Amazon Rain Forest certainly made me wonder why I ever complained about driving to the Sunshine Coast to go to the beach. Enough ranting, the reason we went 'to the jungle' was to watch England play their first World Cup match against Italy. The World Cup; 64 games, millions of disappointed fans, the longest 90 minutes of your life and all in ...