Catavento Hotel & Lounge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... capital of the island group, for refuelling.
Had to fight off the wheelbarrow toting touts (taxi!) who are just as pushy, but no vehicles allowed except the ambulance & dust carts – in Boipeba there was a high speed water ambulance. The main streets were actually cobbled, so all those people with their wheely suitcases could have managed the steep hills.
A steep slope headed to the first plaza and it’s inevitable blue & white church ...
... i realised it was maybe a little more than camp, lol. The place was really cool though, you didn't even have to go to a bar to order a drink, people would be walking around with a cooler box of beers to buy and they'd come to you. Genius! A guy was also walking around with white face paint and would go up to people and just paint lines on their face. I looked like a proper badass, even though a little bit like a zebra, lol. I've also perfected the brazilian ...
... seem to love so mutch. The mail contingences of the israily cople was half Brazilian so it was his knolage of local food that we reliyed upon. it made for some intresting meals as the guy loved everthing edible was always on the hunt. I tried more local dishes in those three days than I did on the rest of my trip.
The following day we set off to see some sights. We were going to book into a boat trip when the hevens were rent open and the sky fell in ...
... style, I just meant it was ******* beautiful. I stayed there for ages, staring at that. You tired to leave but you just had to come back. It was a sort of magnetic attraction. I didnt have my camera with me that day so those images will only remain in my head.
... the bill (90 reals each, $US45) for the easy, air conditioned ride right to the gate. After hours on the bus together we had received a fascinating insight into the Israeli culture including the involuntary role the young play in the military there and almost understood their reasons for not sharing the communal kitchens in the hostel. These guys were an interesting bunch made up of Yogi, Oreo (the leader), Curly Erek, Missy Moo, Elan Blondie and a ...