Aimbere Eco Resort Hotel
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... regalos de los demás todo el tiempo! Más tarde mis primos y yo miramos en internet para ver que era, y decía que la verdad es que para nada. Es el regalo más estúpido que se puede hacer.
Nos quedamos alli hasta las 3.30, hablando y comiendo chocolates.
Había oído que las pizzas en Sao Paulo son las mejores del mundo, pero pensaba que no podía ser verdad...pues bien, no se si las mejores del mundo pero creo que se merece uno de los ...
... They were a little too small for me but I LIVED in them for about 6 months afterwards and somehow lost them! And here I am walking into the duty free (which has a horrible alcohol selection there is absolutely no dark rum, sorry dad don’t come here!!!) And then I see them these amazing pink Havianas! IN MY SIZE! I almost screamed!!! Hahaha
The bus wasn’t so bad! I more scared myself because I ...
We arrived in Parnaiba on a night bus from Fortaleza at 8:00 am, and immediately booked a bus out of there to Sao Luis!!! Lonely planets say that Parnaiba is an unremarkable river crossing and unfortunately they were right. However 30 minutes outside of the town there is amazing beach so we grabbed breakfast from a supermarket and jumped on a bus out to the beach. We were the first ones onto the bus and it being ...
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, ...
... we did enjoy the shoe shop called "Fatty" - hmmm...so we jumped back on to the metro an eventually found the more "affluent" area. Still not that great but better than our first stop. we found a little cafe and sat there for a few hours...enjoyed coffee, a ham and cheese croissant and read our books!
We then headed ...