Aimbere Eco Resort Hotel
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... the supervisor approved (they had to use a function key on their Windows XP machine to override the system) and we were on our way to another part of the world.
We loved our time in South America. We were so blessed by the people (locals and travelers alike) that we met as well as the cultural diversity we experienced and sites that we saw. We are proud to have made it all the way from top to bottom: from friendly Colombia, to the Hourani tribe of the Amazon, to ...
... noting how heavily secure they are)...Stop off in Hagan Daaz for some dulce de leche icecream...mmmm
9. Stroll back (still raining) to the hostel, sore , wet feet but happy! Witness a guy pull a gun out of his front trousers and discreetly walk up to a car sitting in a traffic jam, demanding money or wallet. Heart in my mouth and leg it up the street away from the scene, turning around in time to see the ...
... be a lot to say but I will not forget in particular: the helicopter tour around the Cristo and the views from PŃo de Aš˙car, visit of Corcovado around the gigantic statue of the Cristo Redentor (where I am even able to attend a short mass inside the statue!), the fun evenings with Scarlett and her friends in Santa Teresa or Leblon, dancing samba in the crazy Lapa neighborhood with Mika and Cabral, drinking caipirinhas on Ipanema beach with ...
Late afternoon sat in your sarong, a few scoops, playing doms, Fela Kuti soundtrack - there┤s worse ways to spend a Thursday afternoon. Funny, enjoyable town this - completely dead at night and weekend, throbbing with life daytime. Strange skyline of palm trees and (brick) factory chimneys pumping out smoke.
Parnaiba┤s river delta is the biggest in South America and promises mangroves, sand dunes, ...
... buildings as far as the eye could see. We then wandered around the centre and visited other points of interest including the Se Cathedral.
Tomorrow we leave Sao Paulo for Paraty and hope that we can catch a bus that will accommodate us! After the 6 hour bus ride we will arrive in Paraty and hopefully better weather.
It still doesnt feel like xmas to us. Lisa keeps dropping xmas gift ideas! Can't believe it's only 10 days ...