Sleep Inn Manaus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... as we just turned up0 and haggled rather than book it through an agency or a hotel. It was a day boat trip and we soon shot off in a speed boat up the Rio Negro. Manaus sits on the Rio Negro and just a couple of km south of Manaus the Rio Negro meets the Amazon and creates a super huge Amazon River.
Our first stop was a local indigenous village where they still live in grass roofed houses and walk around semi-naked covered in paint. They ...
... English speakers were placed in each room, greatly enhancing our experience and making us feel very welcome. The museums were underwhelming, but pleasant, and the hilarious English translations about each World Cup team in the World Cup museum really enhanced the visit (sample text: "On the subject of soccer, Chile is not so adequate").
We took cabs down to Manaus' beach, located on the Amazon River, where the FIFA Fan Fest was located. It was ...
... had 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! ...
... in the hopes they lose their senses, plunge their hands in their wallet (to buy everyone beer of course), and decide they want to sit next to a screaming, irate, mildly intoxicated, English-Australian psychopath (love you dad <3). The tactic proved successful and we took a jolly Bolivian fellow to watch England get beaten by Italy in what dad claimed was 'all part of the plan'. Not surprisingly the English will believe anything if ...
... back to my room and chilled out for the rest of the day. Next next day I got the bus back to Manaus and was able to catch the second Brazil game at Gabi's house. After the game we went to the Fan fest to meet up with a few others. There was no drinking as I had to catch my flight to Sao Paulo at 2am. I said my goodbyes to all the people to everyone I met. I had a great time in Manaus but it was time for the next game.
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