Aguas Brasil Villa Retreat Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... out the door. My destination is the beach. My confidence hits rock bottom as the door closes behind me. The key, is inside. I have no choice but to move on. Like Lara Croft, ready to rob a bank or kill some evil bandits, I press my back along the wall of the house and crab sideways towards the water, inch by inch, smiling nonchalantly at the people working in our recanto. I can sense it clearly, they think I am mad. Finally I arrive at the safety of our umbrella and ...
... s three tiers and not too far from the halfway line; an almost perfect view. The Korean girl from Shropshire arrived just in time for the national anthems, again a first for us all at this tournament, in our seats for both anthems.
The match got underway at a decent pace with quite a few chances of note for either side. The goals we were hoping for didn't arrive in normal time, mainly thanks to Tim Howard. We all noted at the time how good a game he was ...
... kill the turtles or disrupt their natural migration routes. We found ourselves restless in Praia do Forte, eager to catch the bus back to Arembepe where we knew we would stay, soaking up its easy vibe, until World Cup tickets pulled us back to Salvador for the French vs. Swiss game on the 20th, the evening before our booked flight from Salvador, Brazil to Asuncion, Paraguay, the final country to be introduced to us on this South American journey. The rest of ...
... Beach, where we relaxed until lunchtime. Then it was time for the first match of the World Cup – Brazil v Croatia. All the shops had closed, and bars were full of locals and tourists, in anticipation of the biggest event of the year. We watched the game at a bar called Ooh La La, (Nayan’s second home for the next few days!) It was a great atmosphere, and even I enjoyed the game!
The remaining few days on the island were spent on ...
... in Spanish/Hispanic Studies etc. I told Carlos, my Spanish prof from SFA, that I was going to switch classes, but he cut me off mid sentence and made a bet with me that if I wasn't speaking Portuguese by day two he would buy me lunch. If I was, I would buy for him. Well, with a bet like that, even if I can, I won't lol. My happy balloon kind of felt popped yesterday during class when I realized that I'm already so far behind. Who takes ...