Aimbere Eco Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... unfortunately, my food journey started where most do - on the plane. As most of you know, Ceri and I are pescatarians – we are vegetarians who eat dairy and fish (also called vegaquariums by some silly people). As most of you probably don’t know, no matter what we choose from the myriad options on the "special meals" list on a plane, which includes such bizarre terms as "Vegetarian (lacto-ovo)", “Vegetarian ...
Don´t think I even need the title to say the trip has continued along a very common trend, namely the pursuit of food. This pursuit has not needed us to venture far either with the quality of Angela´s (my aunty) cooking. I have never known anywhere where you wake to the smell of lunch alrady being prepared. Once again Angela, muito obregado, seu comida.......perfecto!!
We avoided any further transport up to Sao Paulo due to the muito ...
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, ...
... imagine a large but condensed downtown with hundred-story skyscrapers like New York. Yes, it is large and dense with buildings, but it feels kind of like the buildings are stuck in the 90s. I’m not sure if they have zoning laws about how tall commercial buildings can be or not, because even the newly-built offices on Avenida Paulista weren’t more than 20 floors. Obviously there are others that are taller than that, but the point is that the view of the city is ...
To all of you loyal regulars you will remember a while back we gave you a quickie and judging from the hundreds of e-mails, comments and faxes (what do you mean we don't have a fax?), the vast majority love a quickie now and again so here’s another one.
We arrived in Parnaiba at 6.00am after another eight hour overnight bus journey, we found the local bus into town and the very accommodating conductor made sure we got off at ...