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Travel Blogs from Fortaleza
... in the city. This is our last paid for tour and we were late getting to the meeting prior to the bus trip. This delay placed us on the last bus to one of the largest open air markets in Brazil. It was a concrete steel reinforced 5 story building, and you could go up the stairs or walk ramps to the next level. They sold fabrics, clothes, food and everything in between. We bought another kilo of cashew nuts and could not decide on any ...
... with four sea days until we arrive in Barbados and can take on fresh food. We're starting to know how early explorers, like the crew of the HMS Bounty, felt, barely surviving on stale bread and water. Imagine, no fresh food for 4 days... we'll probably have to get by on croissants, caesar salad, filet mignon, and chocolate melting cake...Horrors!
Annette & Peter
What lies on the bottom of the ocean and shivers?
A nervous wreck
... recent travel-by-the-seat-of-our-pants methodology!!
As we quickly found out travel by cruise ship is, and has been, a very popular way to see the world. And given the advanced years of some of our fellow passengers, I suspect that some started their cruising on the Santa Maria with Chris Columbus in what was arguably the first Caribbean party boat (note to Deb P- Christopher Columbus was a famous explorer who discovered ...
... dense hotel and condo development making it look like Miami, Myrtle Beach or Ocean Beach.
The downtown is a mixture of old and new with lots of pedestrian plazas and shopping malls that
always seem packed whatever the time of day.
One point of interest … the main tourist office and craft market are situated in the old jail with the craft stalls located in the cells.
... reals (dollars) that was the main contributor to the local economy.
Our tour began with the boarding of a moderate sized bus that was air-condition but was meant for slimmer riders than me. But we had lots to see and Harriet and I did not have time to worry about the narrow seats as we were off to the beach. Our tour guide was a local citizen named Joel or "Joe" as he said we should call him. He was an enthusiastic man with English as a second language skills and wiliness ...