Waira Suites Hotel
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... room with a table big enough to fit twenty people. At designated times, everyone (all 400+ of us) were to line up outside the room, file in and fill our plates at a kitchen window, then eat quickly while the rest of the people in line stood and watched us. It felt very absurd to be standing in line watching the twenty or so people eating through the glass windows into the room.
I wasn't expecting a shower for the three days onboard, but I ...
The day after arriving to Leticia, we walked around town to find a reputable Amazon tour company. At our hostel, we met a solo British traveler, Camille, who wanted to join a tour group with us. We were more than happy to have another traveler with us, and we all agreed on a company later that day. We opted for 3 nights and 4 days, both trekking and boating around the jungle.
On the first day, we trekked through the Amazon, sighting monkeys ...
... the most amazing day of the journey so far.
We took a taxi to the docks and got kitted out with rubber boots, and then boarded a dugout canoe made by the chief of the village that we would be visiting (called by everyone as 'Grandpa') out of a single log. 'Grandpa' escaped before we left - Sergio had to track him down and found him in a cafe, apparently you canīt take your eyes off him!
We took this canoe (powered by a Thai long tail engine) into the ...
As they start to explore this frontier town, Tim and Janelle search the town for tour operators who might be able to offer them a trip to the Amazon. In between the search, they wander into Brazil have a look at the shops and promptly turn around, as they leave the country, they are asked in Spanish and Portuguese to fill in a tourist survey.
Episode 104 - Aventura Original Air Date - Feb 13 2014
Tim and Janelle continue ...
Hola familia y amigos. Travel update number two from Caitlin and me (she's now on board with our blogging). I'm bored in Lima airport - so it's the perfect opportunity to bring you up to speed in detail …. sorry.
So when we last left you, we were in Bogota (about the middle of Colombia), known affectionately by locals as 'la geladera' aka 'the fridge' of ...