Blue Marlin Resort
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... from another guy before getting out of the sun with lunchtime approaching. We set off into town around 1200 and after a half hour walk we found a small shopping centre where we looked for some food. Not much luck in the food department with no supermarket there and could not find one close, so we ducked into a buffet self service churasco where you are charged per 100g of food you eat. We were pretty tame on the food and didn't go ...
... and found a store selling cheap backpacks for 35reais. It was far from flash and was of pretty terrible quality (which we later found out was an overstatement) but for like $13, it'll do to tie us over for a few weeks. Having an extra bag would make packing and transit so much easier so we bought the bag and offloaded stuff into to make our travel a bit easier. We also found an internet cafe and went in and killed a few hours while we downloaded some movies onto the phone so we ...
... the beach front and walked down to an old fort shaped a bit like a star. The seafront looked really nice and was packed with locals (it was a Sunday). We headed back to the hostel around lunchtime to try and watch the England/Ireland rugby game on ESPN. Unfortunately they were showing the Man Utd match instead and the radio commentary wouldn't work. So, instead Lucie provided us with a running commentary via whatsapp! After ...
... the headland at the mouth of the river and surrounded on all sides at high tide - as low tide, jumped the defences and headed back across the sand. Was a nice view and had enjoyed the famed chilli choc ice cream cut with some capiranha sorbet before heading back along the 3km of rocky beaches. Shame they hadn’t completed the renovation ...
... and a churro
The Fault in Our Stars
Sunday, July 6th
FalÚsias Restaurante (Jamille's Uncle's Restaurant)
Praia de Cotovelo (Peanut icecream bar and fish on a stick with wet tapioca)
Watched Nayara play soccer and then we went to eat Brazilian hotdogs