Coimbra Residence Flat
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- Airport Transportation
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- Swimming pool
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... like this; the lagoon was more a lake. The sky was grey and everything looked so gloomy. It was a good workout however and we saw some beautiful canal side homes which proved that there is some money in Brazil and not each place is swarming with favelas. As soon as we had kayaked back I stood in the shower for an hour to attempt to warm up my icy bones. Swedish Jens was also at our hostel and we met him in the bar a little later for dinner. The dinner was 25 reals and it ...
... book our flights from Recife to Rio for next week. We walked to the travel agent up near the supermarket around the corner and got flights for 158reais each. We enquired about bus tickets to Natal but they said they only do flights and to talk to the shopping centre and try there. We walked in the heat for half an hour and got to the shopping centre where the company with a booth there told us there was only one bus a day which left at 1230 and took 10 hours. Not ...
... supplied, we cooked up own eggs and muesli with fruit to go with it and have a proper start to the day. We decided to stay away from the heat and sun during the peak heat hours pre midday so we made our way to the Centro Mercado. We struck some bargains on the way as Leesh found some small market vendors selling exercise tights and bras for $4-10 and $2 sport bras, $10 denim shorts and I managed to snag a $4 pair of boardies. Good start. But ...
... and tried walking in the shade as much as we could before arriving, retreating for the shower and air con and crashing out for a quick arvo siesta. The heat eased a bit around 1645 so we head out to the beach again and did some people watching until we watched a beautiful sunset. Seeing sunset along the water with palm trees that backed into a skyscraper city was new for us, but nonetheless awesome. On then way back to the hostel, Leesh got an Ašai bowl ...
... on day #3 there
has not been enough rain to dilute a bad whisky. At this stage I am sure of two
things. 1. People watch the weather to see the racily dressed weather girls
(take note Global TV) & 2. They keep calling for rain because the people
hope to see rain soon I assume.
Out and about in
Fortaleza on a Sunday is interesting. Lots of shops closed and the place is
alive with locals and their kids. A visit to the FIFA Fan Fest seems to be ...