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... result we decided that we deserved an ice cream and a trip to the beach so that is where we spent the rest of the afternoon - not a bad way to spend a Sunday afternoon. That evening, the three of us decided to head out for the evening out in Natal. After vetoing a heavy rock bar we found a place playing live samba music - much better. What ensued was the oddest night I have experienced in awhile. There was copious amounts ...
the malecon and the bits they had done were already falling apart.
Got the bus back to the far end of Ponta Negra where a huge
sandy headland is sliding down into the sea – was happy I was not staying in
the crowds here as the beach disappeared at high tide leaving everyone cramming
the streets, shops & restaurants.
... to Ponta Negra and found some to share a taxi –
just as well as not cheap, getting dark and my pousada had sold the room twice
They, of course, blamed booking.com – offered me a bed in a
shared room or what they considered a better option, a bed in a room shared
with the hostel owner – what’s the difference, still shared room with shared bathroom
... travel since I had left England and the rush of my party behind me, so I just wanted to relax, sleep, eat lots of nice food and swim in the warm sea ! That´s exactly what I did for a whole week. I spent a week here, going to the beach every day and even tried some fishing. I talked to the local people to find out about the local culture and often ended up being amused by the way the local people spoke ...
... the stadium, but our poor friends were not so lucky. As we walked through the hallway and entered out to our seats, I couldn't help but be overcome and slightly emotional, as we walked down the steps to find our seats just 20 rows back from the goal posts. The stadium was probably filled with 90% Mexico fans, and the chants of "Ole, Ole, Ole," echoed through the stadium so loud you felt the vibration in your chest. There were sombreros as far as you could see ...