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  • THE BLACK RIVER..... Rio Negro

    Manaus Favorites

    staying up late, the smell of the Jungle, the noises strange but intriguing. the Sunsets and Sunrise...sometimes the bloody Mosquitos ruined everything they are the real killers on the Amazon and the Jungle, protect yourself...Malaria is one bite away I hope the old pic conveys the atmosphere

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  • Rainforest

    Manaus Favorites

    the Rainforest will surprise and dazzle you with it's Flora and Fauna. halfday or daytrips into the Rainforest can be booked in Manaus Tree Orchids I have seen in abundance, the finest Flowers one can imagine. a fortune worth on the open markets.

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  • Downtown Manaus

    Manaus Favorites

    The Opera House, The Amazonas theatre was inaugurated on December 31st 1896, and it is the most important architectonic building from the prosperous rubber period and main artistic cultural patrimony of the Amazonas State. On the outside of the building, the dome is covered with 36,000 decorated ceramic tiles painted in the colors of the national...

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  • have I got a cemetery for you...

    Manaus Favorites

    One of my fondest memories of my week in Manaus was our walk through its historical SAO JOAO BATISTA CEMETERY. The heat and sunlight were merciless and sapped a bit of the life out of us (!?) but wear a hat and take a bottle of water and you'll survive. Probably.

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  • Waterlilies

    Manaus Favorites

    a little Baby could sit quite easily on the leafs without any problems..the stem is strong, connected to the water like an anker. VICTORIA REGINA, named after the english Queen Victoria, when I'm not mistaken. the area around Manaus is just awesome and so much to discover.as I always say, go Countryside, the Hinterland is actually the beautiful one

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  • I‘ve visited Tabatinga during...

    Manaus Favorites

    I‘ve visited Tabatinga during the 80s. Tabatinga's original market, featured in these images, has been demolished and replaced by a more functional concrete building. Goods for sale include fruits and nuts, fish, vegetables, rice, sugar and a host of general goods such as fishing gear, spare parts for marine engines, clothing and household goods.

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  • Local people outside of town.

    We met some lovely people on our travel, and the children where just always smiling and happy. To us, living with all the bugs and dangers with our children would be out, but these people live like this with no real problems.There was one sad story from one woman who cooked us some noodles, who said that a few months earlier her little boy had...

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  • Visas for Brazil

    I just wanted to jot down a few things about visiting Brazil. First you need a visa. You can get a visa by using a surrogate company, these are people that you pay to travel to a Brazilian embassy and get the visa for you. These are typically expensive ($300 or more) and take time. Brazil sets up their fees to match what the country of residence...

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  • Birds of the Amazon

    Here is a list of the various birds we saw while staying at the Amazon Village Lodge. Most were at a distance, needing binoculars to see them well, and thus were very difficult to capture in a photo, but the green parrots were semi-domesticated and spent most of their time around the lodge so it was easy to get great photos (photo 3). The beautiful...

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  • Martin Strel - Amazon Swimmer

    During my visit of the Amazon Region I was lucky to spot the Amazon Swimmer Martin Strel who managed to swim the entire length of the Amazon River from Peru to the delta in Belem. This picture was taken at the meeting point of the Rio Negro with the Amazon just outside Manaus.

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  • A monkey on my back

    I'm not a fan of the idea of keeping wild animals as pets but I admit I loved the little monkey at Heliconia Jungle Lodge. No bigger than a gerbil this little guy would climb down from the rafters and rest on anyone in a hamock willing to give him a pet. He would crawl up under your shirt and fall asleep on your sholder if you let him, too. I admit...

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  • Pick your season carefully

    I've been told that in the dry season there are hite sandy beaches and much better fishing, probably easier hiking as well, but the wet season has its charm.The entire forest is flooded and it is possible to take shortcuts along the river through the flooded parts of the forests that they call lakes. It is also cool to explore the Jungle in a canoe

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