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Travel Blogs from Fortaleza
... We have no idea how in the world they will be ready for the World Cup in June. The city is a mess. In addition to the decay we see, we hear the city is not safe. Later, we hear a crew member was held up at knife point. So, another strike against Fortaleza. Nope, we won’t be coming back here anytime soon. On a different note---once we reboard the ship we see Jake, the purser’s office agent, who had to deal with the obnoxious drunk ...
... After Jeri and Pipa the beach habits of the Brazilians sun-worshipping girls have particularly impressed me. The word "beachbum" got a completely new meaning. Yes, on the beaches of Brazil you'll see "bums" everywhere ... in every shape and colour, covered with a whiff of fabric which flashes up as a bright colour line, if you manage to move your eyes away from the naked skin. The "Samba-dancer" model not to be seen anywhere (much to the regret of Valentino), what you see instead ...
... talking. We enter for a small restaurant to eat. Nothing special. During this trip several persons told us that we need to go at pirata( forró bar) every monday. We went there. The neighborhood full of bars and prostitutes.. Didn't give us a good feeling. The bar was crowdy and people dancing energetic brazilian music. Not forro at all. We felt the good vibe drank some beers and danced as well. We felt that there was loads of sexual turism. At 2am sleeping felt as a good ...
... that we looked for. After 45 minutes we got on the bus to go one block to the Metropolitan Cathedral of Fortaleza, we could have walked there much faster. The Sunday service was going on as we wondered through the church taking pictures and making three wishes, something Mary Ann always reminds me to do when we visit a new church.
Next we visited the British Bridge which is not a bridge, but a pier only it was closed for ...
... with four sea days until we arrive in Barbados and can take on fresh food. We're starting to know how early explorers, like the crew of the HMS Bounty, felt, barely surviving on stale bread and water. Imagine, no fresh food for 4 days... we'll probably have to get by on croissants, caesar salad, filet mignon, and chocolate melting cake...Horrors!
Annette & Peter
What lies on the bottom of the ocean and shivers?
A nervous wreck
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