Travel Inn - Apa Pau Brasil
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For the last two days we have been lazing around on the ship. Two days ago was our last day in Salvador. We had done our 5 hour walking tour of Salvador the day before, so the next full day that the ship was there we sat on deck and swam and just enjoyed the ship. We enjoyed Salvador immensely but we were told that the ship might not stop there next year because of the crime. Apparently six passengers on the Oceania and ...
... the mozzy community; itchy!
Went on a boat trip with Hannah, Gabriel and Hannah's brother, the sea was really choppy and as soon as we got on I felt a bit green around the gills, awful in fact! Before long Naomi did as well, she managed to spew bright orange melon sick onto Hannah's brother and a random Brazilian wag...she was not too impressed so we had to hide on the other side of the ...
... be a real deep cat and I love all the quotes regarding life and the best way to live it. We seem to have the same mindset, except your┤s may run a bit deeper. I will look forward to reading your blog when you start your travels. And yes, I would love to become a travel journalist actually. When I get home I think one of the first things I will do is rewrite all these blogs, correct spelling mistakes, grammatical errors, rewrite the ...
... and travelled to Parati, which is another 2 hours down the coast of Brazil, heading towards Sao Paolo. Again the coastal route was amazing and Parati was as quaint and as full of character as we had imagined. The entire old town has been declared a heritage site by Unesco and it is really quite lovely. All of the buildings are painted white, with many doors painted in bright reds or blues or greens. The streets are cobbled and they lead to the ...
... game was the semi finals. It is was Rio de Janeiro state playoffs... kinda like Provincials but bigger. Then afterwards we all went for pizza and said our goodbyes and all went off to our new hostels. So Cole and I are officially on our own... and the only Portugese word I know is thankyou and some Botafogo soccer chants. Oh yah we also went up to see Jesus yesterday. He┤s huge. It was insanely busy though because for some reason we decided to go on a Sunday and they have ...