Todd: Jeff， you mentioned to me that you went across the Amazon in Brazil. Jeff: Yes. Yes. I was going go and sightsee， so I got an idea from a National Geographic magazine to go straight across South America from the Pacific Ocean in Peru， starting in Peru， across to the Atlantic Ocean on the opposite side in Brazil and you have to go through the Andes Mountains and then you have to go across and through the Amazon， so that's what I did.
Todd: That's fantastic.
Jeff: It was a good trip.
Todd: How did you go? Did you travel alone?
It was high season， monsoon season， so the river was high， and of course they speak Spanish in South America and I can't speak Spani， so I had to look for another travel partner who was a little bit as crazy as I was to do this trip， so when I arrived in Lima， the capitol of Peru， I started looking around for someone else who looked like a tough， good traveller，， carrying a big pack， and he had a big pack with a tent， a sleeping bag strapped to it and he had a big machete hanging off his belt， and I said this guys perfect， so went up and talked to him.
Todd: He sounds a little bit like Indiana Jones.
Jeff: Oh， he was great. He was a great guy， and his wife is Mexican so he spoke perfect Spanish， so I told him my idea and he was gung ho. He was ready to do it.
Todd: Oh， man.