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... seems very abundant, and it’s pretty cheap, too.
Most days we have a decent size lunch out, and eat half a
baked potato or something of similar size in the evening. With zero alcohol
tolerance here when driving, we don’t drink while out.
For some strange reason, most main courses and complete
... realize not many people in Brasil speak English fluently like one would assume. It's not like Europe where people know 4 language very well. Here in Brasil, it's expensive to learn so you're privileged if you speak well. Getting to know them better I found out they went to Utah for a year to work and explore their interests as designers (one designs sun glasses and another shirts). After a couple beers they led us to a local, rock ...
... his first surf in a few months while Fi read a book on the beach. Brett seemed a little bit rusty as he wasn't able to catch any waves at the start which resulted in Brett throwing the surf board in frustration at one point haha. After riding a few white wash waves we had our last acai and headed back to Moçambique Beach. Brett again went out into the smaller surf for a little while, however a large storm hit and we had to ...
... br> As a gambler I could only see the positive side to this and put a small wager on.
It was touch and go but introducing the young Scholes changed the game.
Even with a penalty miss Van the Man scored a hat trick.
Thank you! Drinks and a full on buffet paid for by Betfair:)
Here is a link to the full story below:-
Then we went for a ...
Florianópolis, or Floripa to the locals/anyone who's been there long enough to hear it referred to as such, is famous for its beaches, party life & surfing. After a mammoth coach journey (standard), we arrived in Floripa and took a further two, ridiculously crowded, buses over the "island", until we arrived near our hostel. We had been given clear instructions that the hostel was at the top of a hill so we should pull the cord to stop the bus when we saw the sushi ...