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After leaving Cape Paradisio (new name) we set sail for Recife, Brazil. We will spend 3 plus days crossing the Atlantic.
Our first evening was spent once again in 'La Reserve'...had another amazing dinner...I will be including several pictures...In fact most of this blog will be pictures.
One of the important events that is observed is 'crossing the Equator' this is a ceremony where King Neptune imposes the sentencing of all the ...
... World programmes. We were greeted by people selling fruit and crisps from cages and people moving around in every direction, although I don't think any of us felt unsafe the place had an edge to it. With this in mind Grafite saw an armed guard and asked him where all the taxis were, the wide eyed look of panic and disbelief as he saw us is one that will stay with me for a while. He urged us to stay exactly where we were as he went to hunt down a taxi to get us out of there as ...
"It's been a long time,
I shouldn't have left you,
Without a strong rhyme to step to,
Think of how many weak shows you slept through,
Time's up... I'm sorry I kept you"
They tell me there is a Brazilian hip hop fusion here in Recife that I have to listen to. But for some reason that 1987 Eric B and Rakim classic, I know you got Soul, keeps coming up in my head. Perhaps it is ...
... new country a few days later and help each other out. 3) MEXICO, for one particular fan's power move of being about 2-3 decades older than the Brazilian youth he was hanging out with at the block party last night yet still repping his home nation's colors and partying right along with the kids. We're not totally sure they were partying with him, but he was having an awesome time so we're giving it to him. Next entry will have some cool cultural details, like the surprising size of bananas in ...
... 10° south of the Equator deep in the tropics, but it is also the height of summer in the southern hemisphere; a complete contrast to the snow and the -8°C temperatures we’d learned that the North-East is currently experiencing back home.
We enjoyed a filled jacket potato each for lunch, accompanied by a Mojito in my case and a “Newky Broon” in Trevor’s. We then decided ...