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Travel Blogs from Manaus
... a shift stick and a seat belt, Pronto! Interests extended as we started on a dusty red road, aka the highway. Potholes, people, other cars and debris left the driver weaving and swirling all over the place. Not nauseating, but entertaining.
We transferred to another boat ride at the end of the highway and vibrated along the river until we reached Caramori Lodge. Again, we made use of modern-free living and climbed the 20 extremely uneven and wide steps that ...
... completing our daily devotion, we are going to dinner at a well known Brazilian steakhouse called Bufalos. Tune in tomorrow for the report on the BSH. Hugs and kisses to all our our blogging friends. Thank you for your prayers. We hope you will consider being part of a future mission experience in the near future. Remember, as someone once told me, "a mission trip is simply a vacation with a ...
... in traditional costume with red painted faces and carrying spears. The Indians are protesting against the encroachment into their area. The road is being widened and areas cleared for housing. They are also building a large university there. This has meant land prices have gone up and the city will end up spreading to this area.
Along the road were many brick making factories. The red clay is ideal for bricks, and doesn’t have much in ...
I arrived back late last night to civilization from four days in the Amazon jungle. It was definitely the highlight of this vacation and so much fun!
We saw monkeys, tucans, a sloth, spiders including a tarantula, waterfalls, and lots of great people. The food there was amazing also and I already miss it.
The trip to the lodge was very long and it rained the entire time. I'm not sure what happened to my raincoat, so I was very wet when ...
... place and their right to dine in tranquility. The others, take care and defend themselves in a world with such people in it.
This stage expenditures:
- Draft beer at Manaus airport - USD 2.40 / GBP 1,52 / EUR 1,92 / GYD 500.00
- 'Tacacá' at a public market - USD 3.38 / GBP 2,13 / EUR 2,65 / GYD 700.00
- 3 taxis: USD 22.19 / GBP ...