Aimbere Eco Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... t have that whole natural-thing going for it. And the brief amount of time that I visited Philly, it was winter. So, the wild-life of Brazil was seeming EXTRA wild.
Because I am half latin, and spent a lot of time growing up on Florida's islands and in Puerto Rico, Brazil wasn't very foreign to me. But that's why it hurts that ...
... interns for short-term lets. The fact that security is so hot (I was interrogated constantly my first few days here trying to get in and out of the building) should probably be worrying but actually I'm just grateful. The building's only 4 years old, the flat is masuline (i.e. pretty minimal with a ridiculously big TV screen) and I have my own bathroom. And a balcony from which I shall take a picture so you can see my view (the one that's the same anywhere in the city: ...
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, ...
... The hotel was just recently renovated and opened about a year ago (after it had been a Sheraton when it first opened some 20 years or so ago). Located right in the heart, only a couple of blocks of the famous Paulista avenue (a paulista actually is a habitant of Sao Paulo), and also fairly close to Faria Lima, it was a good fit for me as that's where most of my appointments were.
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 ...