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... ! Grønne trær, jungel og tropisk klima! Vi ble hentet av privat 4wd på stripa(!) og kjørt til hotel El Ambaibo, det billigste alternativet MED basseng i landsbyen. Rett i badetøyet og to dagers avslapping ved bassenget og turoperatørleting ...
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... les groupes peuvent compter une dizaine de personnes. Ensuite suis allée luncher dans un petit resto sympa, vue sur la rivière Beni. Il faisait extrêmement chaud, dans les 30 degrés, et je transpirais déjà à grosses gouttes. J´adore la petite ...
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