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As in many developing countries, rich and poor live side by side in Brazil. In Recife there are many slum areas; the one I visited was adjacent to the river, close to the main shopping area of the city. Narrow alleyways lead off the road to single rooms about the size of a single garage in the UK. These are the government-supplied 'apartments'. They have electricity but no running water. Washing and toilet facilities are open ...
... long road trip. I am so ready to crash out and I even have my little battery operated fan to help keep my cool. I don’t know how long I lay there but I cannot sleep. No, I must sleep. I give in and decide to try and find my generic unisom. I had them in my purse since I considered using them on the flight to Rio so they aren’t too hard to find in the dark. I then plug in my I-pod. About fifteen minutes later I finally drift into blissful ...
... to see Olnda yesterday we had set aside the whole afternoon and some of the evening to be spent there - we arrrived at 1pm and left at 3pm.
Due to the lack of things to do and sights to see, we decided to book the bus to our next stop in advance of when we were previously going to. We are again heading further north up the Brazilian coast to Fortaleza but only as a stopping point to Jerricoacoara. If you are going to be jealous of any place on my trip, this will be it.
... overpriced. We couldn’t help but laugh at the small kiosk in the middle of a Ross-like store the was selling cell phones.
We walked and walked and walked. We never did find the laundry and after hours of carrying the large pack in the humidity, we admitted defeat. We found ourselves in the back alley of some street and saw a man carrying a coke bottle. In Lindsey’s best Spanish, she asked where she could get one, and in his ...
... portuguese is getting better. At least I understand very well the people from São Paulo and Pernambuco. There was also a french girl during the night who thought I was brazilian and wanted me to speak portuguese with her.
The day after, I walk around the city to discover it. It is quite cute and well renovated. You can have a great view from mirador, till Recife. There were also plenty of decorations from the carnaval which were still there. After ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Nice hotel better than the one we are staying of course. Attended some sessions here.
I'm giving 2 stars coz besides attending the sessions we've not been doing anything else.
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