Hotel Talissa 1

Address: Rua Barao de Palmares n 98 , Manaus, Amazon River, State of Amazonas, Brazil | Inn
 
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Location

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

Their Anaconda Don't Want None

A travel blog entry by mleff on Dec 31, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... Well, we would have starved if we had not partaken, considering we ate at a buffet, on average, twice a day during this whole trip. After lunch we went on a short walk to see some lily pads. I was expecting gorgeous, huge lily pads, but these were not. They were small, and clustered, and brown around the edges. Yuck. Then, on the walk back we spotted a small family of squirrel monkeys in the trees. That was exciting! I swear these guides make **** ...

Day 51: Amazon River Boat to Tabatinga

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 30, 2014

2 photos

... guy next to me had brought a pigeon and two pigeon chicks in a shoebox on the boat. It was kind of annoying and it was really hot and stuffy (I was right in the center of the mass of hammocks). I realized how much cooler it was by the open air windows so I moved my hammock to catch the breeze. Within minutes many others followed suit until there were no more window spots left. I pulled out a book that my friend Paulo from Salvador had gifted me with prior ...

The Amazon Rainforest

A travel blog entry by wildkriv on Jul 04, 2014

30 photos

... river dolphins and sunset views, Sam finally caught his fish! Just as golf spoils a good walk, fishing spoils a good boat trip... Between us we had caught enough for the next day's (very boney) dinner.
Once it was dark, we went in search for baby caimans. In a less than environmentally friendly manner, Carlos plucked one out of the water for us to hold in the boat.

After a night in the hammocks, we ventured into ...

Jungle Fever

A travel blog entry by vanhise on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... poisonous snakes, a tarantula, preying mantis and countless other bugs along with a few playful monkeys up in the treetops. Our guide taught us many jungle survivor skills, but I am quite certain I wouldn't last 24 hours on my own - it's dark, everything is wet and you can't see the trail 10 feet in front or behind you. We got to try some indigenous skills. Even was the best archery shot (using a much thicker arrow than we're used to but without the curate ...

Manaus

A travel blog entry by kathy.turner on Jun 24, 2014

... that most of the boat trips we boat parties starting at 7pm till 4am. No thanks. The wharf was pretty dodgie too, with half of it underwater in one section. We decided to head to Teatro Amazonas, also know as the opera house at Manaus. Beautiful yellow building, with a dome on top coloured like the Brazilian flag. We stumbled across a bus tour leaving in 10minutes time. Perfect. The bus driver told us it would go for 30 minutes, finishing at 2.30pm visit about 24 different ...