Catussaba Resort Hotel
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... borrowed my camera and took some pictures of us all there for me. Nati and I played in the waves for a while (staying in really shallow water, don't worry) and it was awesome. Then we all took some more photos and headed to their friend Brenda's house.
We picked up Brenda and met some other people. Vini opened up my door and told me to come on. Brenda, Vini, and I headed over to a four-wheeler and he told me to get on the back. Yikes! I was a tad scared, but a ...
... it’s spelled. Otherwise I’m still pretty useless.
As we’ve jetted around random cities in Brazil, the main common theme has been “the US is playing here” rather than any sort of thematic or geographic similarity between most of the locations. So doing a comparison between them is difficult. Manaus, Salvador, Natal and Olinda are all completely different places. But we did manage to squeeze in a few ...
... ones there! Nayan somehow negotiated our entrance fee from 50 reis each to 20 reis each! The club was a theatre set-up, with live bands, shows and an awesome DJ. By 1.30am, I was pretty tired so we called it a night. As we walked back, we saw hoards of people still entering the club who wondering why we were leaving so early!
Day two on the island was spent beach hopping between the secluded beach next to our pousada, and the more touristy and ...
... open and anyone could see when a lost white guy
gets a wad of bills from it. There wasn’t an info desk so to speak but
there was a crowded room full of security like people in it. I
pantomimed, tourist section of the city as best a s I could, and a lady
told be to wait at bus stall 6. Which had a pretty big line of people
looking as little like tourists as any other line in the place. I got on
and the bus was off, trundling slowly thru some ...
... the popular songs and within no time we were singing along to what we thought the words were in broken Portuguese. A lot of people were dressed up with funny hats, paint or traditional Carnival dress, so we felt more at home with some glitter on our faces. The first 2 nights we stayed on the streets (Pipoca) with the locals soaking up the vibrant atmosphere and culture and sneeked into a couple of Blocos. The 3rd night our tour group ...