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Oiapoque

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Oiapoque is a border town in Amapá, right across the river from French Guyana.

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Oiapoque lives in the the Brazilian popular culture as the end of their long coastline, starting in Chuí.

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Either by a long bus ride from the state capital Macapá, or a short boat ride from the eurozone. The bridge between St George d'Oiapok (French Guiana) and Oiapoque (Brazil) is being built. If you are coming from French Guiana and do not have a valid visa then do not forget to visit the police station - located down-town - on your way in and your way out to get your passport stamped.

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The main square is being refurbished, restaurants, bars, and clubs have been temporarily relocated on the out-skirt of the city, meaning that a taxi ride is needed to reach it from down town where most of hotels are.

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  • Hotel Filho De Deus (Hôtel Fils de Dieu), Rua Lèlio silva, n°10, 3521 2181. Really basic hotel but clean, air con and TV (BR only) in each room. Prices are displayed on a board in the lobby. Breakfast included (some coffee, some fruit juice, fruits and a bit of bread and butter). There is also a small swimming pool. R$60.  edit

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