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... on the water with fridge & balcony,
despite the price, as too tired to trail around like a bag lady, hunting down a
better deal – all the cheap places seem to be inland – manana I’ll relocate.
Grabbed a plate of bad shrimp vatapa from the plaza, wasn’t
off or anything just no resemblance to the real thing – I was just happy to have
a proper meal after living on snacks the last 3 days!
... to mango in texture and flavor. Side note: kind of unimportant, but I just listened to Simon and Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and it made every hair on body stand up when it got to the intense part near the end when the orchestra comes in. I love Latin music but, damn, I miss American music. Until I'm in a place with wifi for more than a few days, I only have one Simon and Garfunkel album and one Jimi Hendrix album to get my fix. Back to ...
... it, and I was loaded with lots of medicine for my digestive system. I wasn't going to let the sickness deter me... Again. Besides, after dinner, I heard the sounds of live electric bass and electric guitar. I don't think I've heard that since Rio and that was samba music. This was bluesy/rock. I immediately ran across the street to see what was up. Turns out there was a Brazilian covers band from São Paulo ...
... the woods with our hammocks. After a dinner of rice and eggs, some of Batá's sons and their sons met us in the jungle. Igo had just finished saying, "I forgot my sandals, I hope there are no scorpions," when, no more than a minute later, they found a scorpion next to his feet. And it was a black scorpion, meaning the kind that kill. The red and black ones can kills, whereas the yellow ones will just make the area around your sting puff up very badly. ...
... left for my trip. On top of that I had a bad stomach virus which gave me cramps and the runs and dehydrated me more than I already would have been from the heat. On top of THAT, I was hiking a mountain in flip flops because, on top of that, my sliced open toe still hasn't fully healed. And on the way up the mountain I stepped on a rock and reopened the wound. All of this was on a completely empty stomach because of my sickness, so my energy levels were lower than necessary for ...