Convento De Sao Francisco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... locals it was ok. The only thing that made it feel slightly edgy was the numerous stories and history that we had read about before our arrival.
City of Beef
Without question we had to try the beef in Brazil. With mainly sticking to our pasta and tomato sauce diet, it felt about the right time to treat ourselves. So, catching up with a couple of lads from Cambridge, Oscar and Phil who we had previously met in Paraty and our new Kiwi friends ...
... drinking. Saw the christ redeemer, there was so many people there doing stupid poses. Went to Lapa steps and a rainforest nearby. Little monkeys always hanging around at breakfast. The beaches look really nice but it could be a little warmer.. weather changes a lot here some days were really hot some were a bit cold and ...
... his blurb, only louder this time.....what is it about people that makes them think that if they just speak louder to someone who does not speak their language they will magically understand?
Turns out he was asking for my passport and after trying to explain that my passport number needed to be entered into the ticket form, he took both from me and entered it himself. Now we had to load my luggage. He gave me the tags, one to go on ...
... heart was in my mouth when all it took was a misplaced step to loose my footing and I slipped. I clung on for dear life with barely my finger tips gripping less than an inch of rock. I was filled with panic and anxiety as I realised why it was recommended to use a guide. Then I recalled I was not the first person to attempt this. Somehow I regained my composure and my footing. A few moments later I was safely at the top. The fear and anxiety transitioned in to blissful relief and ...
... a staple diet here. Very yummy and fully endorsed by Sechaba, my very own nutritionist aka hubby. Everyday we feature the beans in our meals. Can't wait to discover more local food and to make friends with locals. Language is a big barrier. We have absolutely no plans for the rest of our time here. My guess is beach, sleep & read. Would love to hike up Suger Loaf mountain, but we'll see. I seriously miss my hiking buddies . Either way the adventures ...