Krystal Hotel Manaus
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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... you are a highly certified mountain climber that can fight dangerous monsters, I advise you too, to stay away.
Now, this fourth stop is the not-so-joyful kingdom of Volarias, where negativity is in the air! Everything is black, grey, and dark, the people grouch, they're cruel and play nasty tricks, and everyone is already filled with negativity without even having to go to Misaria forest! Volarias used to be ...
... was cutting open the tangerines to find each one more bitter and less desireable than the previous. One guy even told me I was eating them wrong, so I gave him one. After one bite he threw it overboard, exclaiming, "Amargo! (Bitter)." As I was cutting out the rotten parts of my half avocado (already ate the half cucumber), Jorge (my friend I met last night through playing music that offered me a bartending gig) handed me a half of a papaya. I was very grateful. After I finished, ...
... they were returned safe, but no doubt confused to get on with whatever they had been doing.
We went piranha fishing - a big Norwegian caught a small piranha, walking through the jungle, sleeping in a very cool hammock filled room and of course watching football.
But the real thrill was floating along, hearing the sounds, smelling the smells and being surrounded by the jungle and the overabundance of life. It was good.
... We bought a pineapple and two giant coconuts. Best juice ever! Kate and I spent most of our trip back trying to get the tasty coconut out. So hard when you only have a straw and a tiny opening to get it out.
Our tour finished around 5.30 so we tried finding a supermarket. No such luck. So many pharmacies, literally one on every corner at one intersection, but no big supermarkets. Only tiny one tiny little one selling off looking fruit. Determined to find ...
... survive here! Had a camp fire dinner, equipped with spoons that the guides carved for us from branches, and large leaves as plates. Definitely a genuine amazon camping experience! We all slept in hammocks slung from trees, with a mosquito net slung over them. That was until about 10 when the sky's opened and it poured with rain! Everyone had to huddle under a tiny tarpaulin. The call was made from the ...