Sleep Inn Manaus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... way for me to get out of the airport and get to my hotel, so that’s what I did.
It was about a twenty minute drive from the airport into the city to my hotel, Hotel do Largo. I’m at the hotel and absolutely exhausted, so I’m going to crash now and check out the city of Manaus tomorrow. From the drive in from the airport, that shouldn’t take long. It doesn’t appear to be the most impressive ...
... br> Since I am keeping up with my change in different hotels each night I was starting to think of where I was going to go this time. I thought and thought for a while, and I finally had an idea. The Amazon. It is a place that I have dying to go to and thats what I did today. I've heard that the people here are crucial about protecting and preserving the ethnological and biological integrity of the whole Amazon ...
... wrote a new awesome riff that I can't wait to add to a new rocking blues style tune. I haven't felt free enough to write a rock/blues tune in a long time. School's clutches are finally loosening their grasp over my creative endeavors (I'm also in the middle of writing a jazz Bossa Nova dedicated to Paulo, though, so school has helped my creativity as well). After my jam, I delved into A Thousand Splendid Suns. From 7:30pm until 12:00am I read, and then went to ...
... of large iguanas jump from tree-tops into the river on our approach. In another questionable display of ecotourism, Luiz captured a baby porcupine in order to domesticate and add to his list of animals. We felt uneasy with this episode but had little control over it with someone who had lived in the rainforest for the last 60 years.
We arrived back in Manaus exhausted but reflected on an excellent time in this ...
... the end) and Christy was the best vine climber. After that adventure, we went to the calmer monkey forest to watch feeding time. Evan and Scott got to hold a Brazil nut out so the monkey could climb over them to get it - great photo op! Then before the next adventure, it was soccer time. We gathered in the open air lobby around the TV, practiced our USA cheers (unlike the Swiss, we don't appear to have any songs to sing, so chanting USA, USA over and over had ...