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... without a sign.
It was raining and grey outside and having fully explored all that Saquarema had to offer I decided to stay in planning my trip to India. I had booked 7 nights in all, but already I was feeling fidgety thinking of ways to reschedule my bus ticket for an earlier return to Rio.
The beaches of Saquarema and Itauna are beautiful, turquoise blue waters and white sandy beaches. There's always plenty of things to watch on ...
... opponent was a brown belt, and I could feel my impending doom. However, to my own amazement, I was able to control the grapple for a solid portion at the beginning, but as soon as he got loose, it was a different matter; he kicked my ass multiple times. Regardless, my early success earned me the title of "fake white belt", which, when called this by a 5th degree BJJ master, it's a bit flattering.
The last detail I will mention is a new game I have learned. When I ...
Evening, we head out and it is much busier. We eat in a restaurant where they do a hotpot style fish dish, which is pretty good, but expensive, but seafood all the way.
We have now checked into another hotel spa place, forget the name, but it is very nice, with its own pool etc.
Another lazy day, (although I did go for a short run last night).
So, Matt got some good sunset snaps from the beach, and ...
As I had promised him the day before, Patrick and I took one last dip in the water at Copacabana beach before breakfast, and I would have rathered not bother - it was filthy. Monday morning after a busy weekend and there were cigarette butts and plastic bags galore. Gross. I also took what I imagine will be the final opportunity for a while to pick up an English language newspaper. We made our way to the maniacal bus station by way of the hotel's taxi service. Ha! ...
... despite the bone jangling tracks and carriage. I woke early and was able to get some pretty nice shots too and we arrived in Corumbá, Brazil early the next day. We walked across the border, ignored the rip-off cab drivers and got a bus into town in search of the immigration office to get our stamp. We managed to find it after a local took us under his wing as well as trying to sell us a tour.... We ended up declining and going with ...