Beach Class Resort Muro Alto
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This is the literal translation of the place we've stayed since the 19th. It's a small beach/fishing community. The beaches are absolutely breathtaking and it is hot! I'm recovering from a pretty bad sun burn. Today it doesn't hurt so much to pack up our backpacks. My experience here has been good. I met some great brazilian friends here at the hostel. It's so crazy how even though I don't speak great they still consider me a good friend. However they left yesterday ...
... finally said - "It would be like going to Paris and not seeing the Eiffel Tower." That sealed the deal and we signed on with a local vendor. The best way to travel is a beach buggy so we piled in. We are barreling over sand dunes, potholed dirt roads and even on a divided highway - no seat belts, no helmets , just Christy's arm around my waist holding me in. Apparently there is no need for the buggy to stop or slow down for stop signs, speed bumps, or the occasional ...
... but we are looking forward to another friend joining us for the Round of 16 and quarterfinal matches in Salvador and Brasilia. I thought I might not go to the next World Cup (Russia is so expensive, maybe Dennis should go alone, etc.), but having so much fun with friends is making me question that decision if people want to go again in 2018. At the least, some of us should travel to Canada for a couple of Women's World Cup games next summer. U-S-A!
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DAY 16 ……….. February 2nd …………. At Sea
DAY 17 ………… February 3rd …………. At Sea
An interesting ‘tidbit’ of information while we are ‘at sea’.Each week, flowers are flown to all ships within the HAL ...
... love and care for all children. The same sermon could have been preached in the United States. (Virginia's United Methodist missionary to Brazil, Gordon Greathouse, joined us during the day and was able to translate the sermon for us. He will be with us all week.) The staff of the daycare center was recognized and there was wonderful music and heartfelt prayers, but the highlight was when ...