Pousada dos Navegantes
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Finally a decent nights sleep. Not that the vivid dreams have stopped. You'd have thought I'd already started taking malaria tablets. Last night I "watched" three episodes of the non-exsistent thrid season of The Inebetweeners. Speaking of malaria I've had a few bites so far, but nothing too bad. Mainly on my hands and feet. My hands is fairly underswtandable; as soon as I've deeted up they get a good wash. I've seen the power of the deet (when I dabbled ...
... sad about this story is that the Brazilians are not enthused by the World Cup, especially when millions of dollars are going towards building stadiums when it could be used to build hospitals and schools. Diego helped Ginge and I to understand how this World Cup is affecting the locals. It's not all excitement and fiesta, there are definitely more deep seeded issues behind this World Cup. After his story I feel encouraged to help. It is difficult to know exactly how ...
... to shop for 23 people in foreign speaking supermarkets, to then cook out of the back of a truck for the group - with no assistance from the leaders. I'm all for group participation but full responsibility for meals is a little unfair. At 5:30am, my cook group started cooking breakfast in the dark. 12 hours on the road so lunch was in a car park petrol station. Dinner was a little more tiring. We arrived at about 7:30pm and a simple bangers and mash with gravy and veggies to ...
... The locals brought us into a cave behind the waterfall.
Between the waterfalls Pablo brought us
to a local distillery to learn about the local traditions and drink.
We got to sample some of the drink. It was lovely but very strong.
Even the small tasting shots were blowing the heads off us. They had
all sorts of flavors, mango, banana and chocolate and chilly to name
The last waterfall area ...
... than anywhere else since travelling!! Alex kept joking that we should rent a motel room for a few hours (let me just give a bit of background on this. In Brazil prostitution is legal and therefore 'love motels' are common for people to pay by the hour to use..) hence Chris and I were really laughing at Alex suggesting we 3 get a motel for a few hours! So funny. Especially at 2am when we've had a few beers and a bit delirious from waiting for our ...