Amazon Tupana Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Amazon River
... would use 5 leaves for tea twice a day
*the most deadly ant in the amazon forest- can't remember the name. so large.
*Tree with white liquid that is used as topical antibioitc
*Tree with yello gu that is used as antifungal
*Tree with roots that can be used for abortion if drink as tea within 1-3 months of pregancy
*Tree that helps with prostatits (prostate inflammation)
There was endless knowledge that our guide, Mike, had.
... various other tropical fruits. In their hut, as tokens of their prior hunting victories are anaconda skins and a massive caiman skull.
By the end of the visit we’re heading back across the lake and river to lunch. It’s the end of our adventure in the jungle; Manaus feels like a world away when we arrive back. Traffic, fumes, noise and crime.
‘Welcome back to civilisation’ the guy at our hostel says. ‘Thanks.. we need to do ...
... a mass protest of hammockers in every square inch above the tent...because the entire place fills up in a manner almost undescribable in words. We were lucky to be on the boat early, but we didn’t have hammocks! We ordered the hammocks, which was a short boat ride to shore for the Brazilian vendor, who returned and placed them with roap in the numbered rows we were staring at. There were not many spaces left, so we felt like we did good! Quickly, we realized that the ...
... morning riding the bus to the center without having slept one minute the last night and though I had a lot of pressure getting there to my tour right in time, I just couldn’t stand it anymore and black..I was gone.
The moment I woke up, the engine of the bus started again and my eyes opened and I realized that the bus was just about to start again on the main station where I was supposed to get out, so instantly I jumped on my feet and screamed a loud "Pare" ...
... But this was not actually the case. After we had been fishing for about half an hour the guide told us to stop and we went on a boat ride. Even if Pete had brought his camera with him he would not have used it much – the guide drove past most things we saw refusing to stop for them, even when people on the boat were clearly interested in stopping. This included driving straight past monkeys, hoatzin birds, iguanas and sloths. On ...