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... time in Flori and take the buses to sightsee. The hostel we stayed at was in Campeche, a neighborhood near the coast. Campeche hostel was very welcoming and very tropical. It felt as if the water in the air was sitting on you, squeezing out sweat from your pores like a sponge. We were surrounded by plants (and mosquitos) as if in a jungle. We took a few day trips to different beaches where we drank agua do coco (coconut water), lounged on ...
... American who came to Brazil in the Peace Corps, met his future wife, and stayed in Brazil. He purchased three of the buildings on the beach in Porto da Barra, with each in a different stage of refurbishment. He was one of the nicest, most interesting, and most helpful people of all of our stays and really made us feel welcome. Why the local authorities decided to completely tear up the street on one of the main tourist ...
... br> On my way, I passed a few adhoc restaurants set up in the narrow
streets. They were still crowded with people left over from the concert
but not up for the crowded dance halls. A girl at a table with about 5
other people invited me to join. She spoke English, her half black, half
Persian look was quite pretty compared to the other folks in her group
and I think the group was a bit drunk in a friendly sort of way. I sat
down for a beer and had ...
... and nice bar/breakfast area- but it made the dorm much more comfortable for the time we were there.
That afternoon, we headed to the Laundromat to wash a weeks’ worth of stinking clothes and wandered the streets near our hostel. We also bought our 3rd adaptor in 3 countries! Late that afternoon, there was a massive storm with lots of thunder, lightning, heavy rain and hail. The roof of the other dorm started leaking pretty badly and a pot plant ...
... my legs. After about 30 minutes of trying we managed to get it going and jumped back in.
After a huge delay I arrived in Paraguay at 1am and headed up to the office to pick up my next ticket. Or atleast that was the plan. I got there and showed them my ticket and they looked at it and then looked at me and where wondering what I wanted with this. Right then I got a pretty bad feeling. I told them I was told to exchange my ticket here and they had ...