Blue Tree Towers Recife
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All the houses as you can see are different colours. A local man told us that even though all the houses have numbers they don't use the numbers at all. They just say the purple house, the green house. Etc. Olinda is in the state of Pernambuco. It is quite a small state in Brazil, whereas Bahia is a huge state. The interesting thing about Pernambuco is that it is the only state on the whole of ...
... to game time more and more people arrived to at least provide some company. All in all it was a pretty long day for a game of football that wasn't the most exciting but for me it's not just about the football. As we headed back to the city after the game many of the local kids and families came out to cheer on the fans as they made their way back to their hotels. Security was pretty tight as always but lots if the kids were there asking ...
... the big city of Salvador for a quieter seaside town- Maceio. Another 2 nights of camping here in Maceio- and you guessed it, another night of pitching the tent in the dark, we are getting good at it! To be fair it's not totally dark, there are floodlights around the camp site so there is actually a reasonable amount of illumination. Camp sites here in Brazil so far have little in common with the camp sites of my childhood where the only facilities were long drop ...
... luggages from the pousada and head for the bus station by cab. It was soooo expensive. Next time we should take a bus ;/ the bus for joao pessoa was nice and short.. The pousada is **** again. We went for dinner in place where they serve night coffe.. Soups and tapioca! Good and cheap ;) we walked a bit around the waterfront to see the mood of the ...
Today was our last day at the work site. Ray estimated that we dug and hauled around 9 tons of dirt over the last week. We left the project site today tired, but also gratified that a lot of work was completed. At lunch we said our goodbyes to an incredible group of ladies who had cooked our lunch, washed some of our clothes and even entertained us with some Brazilian dancing. The children as always were beautiful and loved on each of us every day, when ...