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... and cross countries without any borders or restrictions. We had to go out to the airport to get our entry stamp into Colombia so we booked flights while out there for the following week to the north of Colombia (Leticia is only accessible by boat and plane, there are no roads connecting it to any other Colombian village, town or city). It felt good to be back in a cheap country, especially when we found a small hotel for only $12 a room, although it only had a ...
... provided with gumboots (wellies) for the muddy trek. Following a relatively small local man who was carrying a large and heavy cool box strapped around his head, I could barely keep up. At one point he had darted around a corner so quick, he was completely out of sight. By the time we reached the lodge, we were feeling a little swampy! As for our little friend, he looked as though he had barely broken a sweat! We were impressed with the lodge, called Tupana Aru U, which ...
... out border formalities in order to leave, (or enter), Peru. If you don't get a stamp here then you wont be entering either of the other countries.. Mototaxi drivers know this and were waiting for me when the boat arrived. I agreed with one of them to take me to the migracion, wait while I sorted my paperwork and return me to what's loosely termed as a 'port' for ten Soles, so I could get a small boat to Leticia. The entire contents of my wallet was some used laundry ...
... us to Tabatinga (in Brazil) - where we would catch another taxi boat over to Santa Rosa, and our ‘rapido’ lancha, the ‘Golphino’ would be waiting for us.
Obviously a much needed early night ensued that night, and after a hectic day of running around in he heat it was much needed too. We got up at around 1.30am to set off on our random journey across 3 different South American countries, all of which we ended ...
... time to get the plate out so they also gave me a beer and a fresh juice from a fruit native to the region. I was too hungry to care what it was so I forgot the name. The whole meal cost me a little less than US$10. It was the most incredible feeling to out someth I returned to the hostel to find that my friends hadn't even returned from the market and it was 10:00, so I made a good choice in eating by myself. Also, once they did finally get ...