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Travel Blogs from Fortaleza
... the loss the USA sneak through as Ronaldo finally caved under the weight of 10 Portuguese passengers and couldn’t propel his team to more than a token win against Ghana, the new GBoAS (Greedy *******s of African Soccer). Now, after Ghana’s heroics against Germany I was almost favourably disposed to dishing out some benefit of
doubts that some African football teams might have some redeeming elements of character. Turns out they were only ...
... called economics the “Dismal Science”. Despite dying in 1881 he was ...
... We’re in a container port after all. The ship is docked and here’s where the trouble begins. Can you say chaos? Even before the gangways are in position, passengers begin lining up to disembark. Those of us on tours are told to meet in various places onboard, which we dutifully do. However, when our tour is called, we must wait in the burgeoning lines all wanting to disembark. In the middle of leaving the ship, a security guard passes ...
Thankfully set off early from the beach camp, heading towards Ubajara National Park. Going uphill some local youths on their bikes grabbed the back of the truck, getting an easy ride to the top. As faster vehicles emerged they dropped off overtaking us. Other than that it was just ...
... battered chicken (when you get a decent meal in Brazil you remember it...more on food later) only for us to acknowledge sometime later that in fact it perhaps wasn’t the freshest of foods... Spending most of the evening and the next day playing toilet tag wasn’t the glamorous lifestyle I had in mind. Luckily within 36 hours we were back on our way.
The only place we would recommend to miss on this part of our adventure was the massive decaying grey city of Recife ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking