Hello, Robert! Welcome to Wikitravel and thanks for your contributions to the Manaus article. Please take a second to look at our copyleft and policies and guidelines, but feel free to plunge forward and edit some pages. Scanning the Manual of style, especially the article templates, can give you a good idea of how we like articles formatted. If you're new to the whole wiki community look at the Wiki markup to get an idea of how to use the wiki markup. Also, if you want to specialize your experience you may want edit your preferences. If you need help, check out Wikitravel:Help, and if you need some info not on there, post a message in the travellers' pub. .-- Ricardo (Rmx) 16:08, 10 May 2006 (EDT)
 Privacy and photos
For privacy reasons, Wikitravel generally doesn't use photos of recognizable people in its articles, such as Image:CHEF_WOLF_PEQU.jpg. See Wikitravel:Image policy#People_in_photos for more information about this policy. - Todd VerBeek 15:26, 14 June 2006 (EDT)
THANKS FOR THE WARNING, BUT THE PHOTOS IN CHEF WOLF ARE MINE AND MY FAMILY, I HOPE IT DOES NOT MATTER
- Hello! I was hoping you could let us know where you got the PARINTINS_2006.jpg image. Please take a look at Wikitravel:Copyleft and Wikitravel:Image policy for more information. Also, I had to remove the link you added to Parintins, please see Wikitravel:External links. Thanks! Majnoona 15:42, 14 June 2006 (EDT)
PARINTINS_2006 I GOT IN A EMATUR PUBLICATION, I WILL CHANGE FOR ANOTHER PICTURE, SORRY, I AM NEW IN THE WIKITRAVEL AND THANKS FOR THE HELP I HOPE THAT EXTERNAL LINK TO WORLD 66 IS ALLOWED??
- Unless we have permission from the creator of that image to license it for anyone to use, we can't keep it on the site. Rather than linking to World66, we'd rather that you actually added the information to this article, so that someone can print it and have everything they need right there on the page. - Todd VerBeek 18:43, 15 June 2006 (EDT)
Thank you for the advise, but remember that I am a new member of the Wikitravel and try to work in a serios and correct form. Yesterday I visited the eco discovery tours, to check the legality and also checked on the goverment customer protection (PROCOM) if there exists some warning or doubt about the agency. seems to me that there is all OK. There are only two agencys which leave tourists to the park.The Swallows and Amazons, (a very reputable agency special for Boat Tours) and the eco discovery. It is a little complicated, all tours need a special goverment permission, the responsability for every damages is of the agency and so on. If there is any doubt about the eco discovery or some prove that I don't know, tell it to me I will be glad to be informed. I will wait some days for your response until move back the listing, may be that there is something what I don't know.
I've restored several headings to the Jau National Park article to conform to the Wikitravel:Park article template. If a heading (such as "Fees/Permits") is not appropriate, simply add a note saying (for example) "There are no fees charged or permits required for entry into this park". -- Ryan 16:47, 10 July 2006 (EDT)
OK, THANK YOU
 New member, some doubts
 Mamori River
I notice you wrote the Mamori River article. Wikitravel:Bodies of water suggests we should not write about rivers but about the land around the rivers. A small but important difference. Is Mamori River the best name? The article does not mention the Mamori River, except in its name. It also reads like you are talking about an unnamed neaby city. Can you clarify which city that is? -- Huttite 22:38, 27 July 2006 (EDT)
- Yes this is rational, but in the amazon region we use the name of the river when we mean the region and the land around. There are few citys in the whole region. I will work up these stuffs the next weeks, at the moment I am very bui
- I will use the form for national park, Mamari is a recent national reserve