Tulip Inn Batista Campos
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... decided to treat it as a reward for dealing with my ****** up toe, which is slowing me down a great deal. Crutches would really be helpful. I decided I was at least going to get my money's worth and had 3 plates of food. Much of it was local fish and local dishes, such as Pato no Tucupi, a dish made with duck, manioc root juice, and jambú leaves. Jambú is a leafy green that makes your tongue tingle when you eat it. Strange but very tasty. I also are a lot ...
... nice but pretty expensive ice cream and finished off our day at a reggae street party where they had some very interesting trannies. The next morning we had a cheap breakfast at the market followed by a brisk walk to the bus station to by 8 tickets for the night bus to São Luis. We were all a little apprehensive about São Luis after hearing rumours of riots and burning busses. As it happens we had nothing to worry ...
... 8217;t see where I am. At OIA, the intersection on the boundary of the Cayenne FIR, I was given to Brazilian controller frequencies and warned it might be some distance before I could talk to them. They also gave me a backup frequency which turned out to be the first one that worked. But it was another 220 nm to intersection MADRE before I could make solid VHF radio contact with the Belem ATC Center. During those times you wonder ...
... is a plant from the amazon. Usually you can eat the plant and they use it for another traditional dish, the “tacaca” soup. The cachaca wasn't that horrible to drink, I already drank stronger ones but the “jambó” has a funny effect on your lips and your mouth and suddenly everything in your mouth starts vibrating very strangely. We drank some other cachacas and played some pool and talked a lot. The next day he had ...
... by alluding to their shape. This ones a camel, and this an elephant…yeah very interesting, but for trained paleantologists like us a bit banal.
We knew Belem was going to be a bit manic so we had to plan our arrival quite carefully to arrive at 10.00am on Sunday morning. It's a good job we did because finding anywhere to stay was the devils own job , but luckily found a place near to the docks, ready to negotiate our passage up the Amazon. It was quite ...