Bluepoint Suites Bonaparte
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... stop was a little lake around the centre of the park where I was hoping to see some Capivaras playing around. Nope. Just a bunch of funny looking duck and a few cute kids feeding the turtles and the fish.
The rest of the part was admittedly pretty uninteresting but it had some nice areas for family picnics and lots of shaded areas for people to play around. There was a large group of people offering free yoga, but the heat deterred me ...
... or so on the road Rachel saw a spot for lunch - by a building which had a bit of shade. After driving the truck into place, we all got out and started sorting out for lunch. Some women came out and it slowly dawned on us that the building we were having lunch outside of was actually a brothel!!! One of the women was wearing very badly fitting underwear on the outside and we were positive ...
... we are good. Ronaldo scores to give Portugal a 2-1 lead, but it is too late for Portugal who's goal differential is too much to overcome. The final whistle sounds and we begin to celebrate as the US has advanced!
We head out of the stadium yelling and acting like drunk Americans. Others join in with us and we get everyone sufficiently pumped that the US has advanced to the knock-out round. We take some ...
... in to town becomes an outbound road.
Even though it is all pretty uniform stuff, some of the
individual buildings are absolutely stunning – we visited Santuario Dom Bosco,
a square church 40 metres by 40 metres, which is made of columns supporting 7,500
pieces of blue glass, darker near the top making it look like morning at the
bottom and evening at the top. It makes everything inside blue, and was the
most beautiful church we have ever seen. The confession ...
... by hills and Mata Atlantica (coastal rainforest) I finally got my "beach time", along with a fair few of December's 12 rainy days, but the scenery is still stunning even in the rain. However the sun smiled on us for 3 days when we travelled to the small offshore island "Ilho do Mel" (island of honey) and we had some long walks, swims and beautiful sunsets.
Of course we were now well and truly in the Christmas period and it's always interesting to see ...