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... 8220;faixa de seguranca” as these pedestrian designated crossings are called are to be used only in the total absence of cars. That is, after the last car passes by one is advised to look in both directions more than once and then walk across rapidly. A new feature in the streets of Santos is a pedestrian crossing system called “Faixa Viva” or “Live Stripe”. The instructions claim that all a pedestrian needs to do is to step ...
... up at the other end. When we got to the station however it was a lot bigger then how it had been described, it turned out we were in completely the wrong place. Starting to stress, we didn't have a phone or a contact number so we went to an Internet cafe to try and catch our next host on Facebook. Luckily we figured out it was a mix up in communication that had led us into São Paulo when in fact we were meant to be in Santos, which is like ...
... Now my wardrobe is complete!
Back on the ship we chatted with some folks who had taken the ship's tour featuring the highlights of Santos. They weren't impressed, and we were glad that we'd chosen the no-tour option. We had a lazy afternoon, watching a movie, reading, and catching up on email.
It seems very strange not to be going sixty miles an ...
... food was delicious and they even had a chocolate fountain as part of the desert buffet.
After dinner we went to the AIDA Bar for our first official drink, where I had my favorite: Ipanema. (This is a virgin version of a caipirinha.)
On board AIDA you don't have to do anything, except for 1 excersise: the safety drill. So when the test alarm went off, we went to our cabin, put the life wests on and proceeded ...
Inevitably, Rio de Janeiro was bound to be a big part of my journey and I spent five days there in total, in which I did an awful lot, as you can tell from how infrequently I updated this blog when I was there. There was not a great deal in the centre itself but the Escadaria de Selaron, the steps down from Santa Teresa, are in the process of being painted by a Chilean artist and are very impressive. The most ...
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