Hotel Talissa 1

Address: Rua Barao de Palmares n 98 , Manaus, Amazon River, State of Amazonas, Brazil | Inn
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This inn, located on Rua Barao de Palmares n 98 , Manaus, is near Amazonas Shopping and Museu do Indio.
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Travel Blogs from Manaus

The Hub of the Amazon Region

A travel blog entry by 2silvercruisers on Feb 04, 2015

... enjoyed the whole day.
Day 3 - We went from one extreme to another today - yesterday buildings today water, boats, canoes and jungle!!!! Again a fairly early start - boarding our boat at 8.30a.m. we set off for a fairly long cruise down the Rio Negro before arriving at a cluster of islands where we switched to motorised canoes. Not too small, we sat two abreast and there were about 10 of us in each canoe. This enabled us to go down very small tributaries and get a real feel ...

The Jungle

A travel blog entry by loretta.browne on Sep 15, 2014

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... launched into the river. After teaching us about the caiman, including showing us how they have no tongue, which is why they can't hunt in fast flowing water he released it and we watched it swim back to shore. Back at the lodge we had a couple of beers and played a more dynamic version of tic tac toe with everyone before heading to our mosquito netted bed for an early and humid night.

The next morning we were in the boat before dawn to watch sunrise ...

Day 47: Amazon River Boat to Manaus

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 26, 2014

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... stories of the lyrics usually have a sequence of events that makes sense. With the Portuguese lyrics I have nothing to relate them to. Google translate only goes so far. We pulled into a port around midday and stopped for about an hour to unload cargo, mostly beans from what I could tell. It was finally quiet enough to play guitar. Just as I was about to take mine out, I noticed a guy who looked a few years younger than me walking to the front of the boat with a guitar. I followed him ...

The Amazon is a big river

A travel blog entry by ggoat on Jul 05, 2014

30 photos

... next to each other, but don't mix for up to 100 km.

We headed into some small tributaries, and it really felt like we were in the Amazon - water and trees everywhere and the frightening realisation of just how lost we'd be without our guide - who was extremely knowledgeable, and enjoyed picking up critters from the river and ground (includeing baby caiman, and adolescent tarantulas) so that we could get a close up look at ...

Zoe falls in love in the Amazon

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jun 21, 2014

49 photos

... and danced around the ceremonial hut. Zoe got invited to dance with them. It's really interesting that their instruments were very similar to Aboriginal instruments in Australia.

Stop 2 was swimming with dolphins. We were told that due to large numbers of boats there weren’t any dolphins around but we could go for a swim in the river if we wanted. Zoe decided to go in and I took photos of the river and jungle. Amazingly a couple of ...