Beach Class Resort Muro Alto
Travel Blogs from Ipojuca
... it was $1 more than needed. Now if that isn't a God thing, I don't know what is. It will be delivered to the project on Friday. What a blessing.
We have been having a lot of fun with the children - teenagers who have been coming everyday. They are learning to paint (truly learning - quite messy!) but they want so much to do it. So we let them, then follow behind with lots of touch up. Of course, we have to do that for each other as well.
It has rained a lot here. They ...
... and getting some good groove on.
As we packed up I got a mwah in return. I assume it was a ´´sorry´´ kiss .. after it I got a clear communication of timing and how we could meet up in better form, for the next days lessons and purchasing of instruments.
We went to the alta da se (high point of city) to share acaraje and tapioca and I retired to my room to do some more hard core chilling.
... carnaval. Ann is more happy away from crowds (turns out she does not like crowds at all) , going to bed early and keeping to her routine. I havent seen a stage show yet in olinda as Ive been trying to keep her company, but yesterday we realised it wasn´t working and it seems to be a good decision. Both of us seem happer for it.
I particularly am loving the irish crowd in house no 2. They are such good crack, and when I do get to hang out with them I cannot stop ...
... city centre today, in order to free up time tomorrow to day trip out to Porto de Galinhas. Olinda is a great example of colonial towns in Brazil, with obvious Portuguese influence, and was actually once burned to the ground by the Dutch and later rebuilt by the Portuguese.
There are an incredible number of churches in the historic centre but very few are available to visit, since most have been looted over the ...
... more and he went into the kitchen and after raised voices, suddenly a 5kg packet of sausage appears and gets cooked. Methinks the large lady may be getting more sausage than the guests are!
We went into Recife on Saturday morning and although it is a big city the street markets are the big feature and they are all over the city. Every vendor has a TV and of course they are all tuned to football. There was an Argentinean match on and all you could hear throughout ...