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... is theirs are skinny. I don't know if the pictures show it, but they are very thin. There are no earth quakes here so they can do it. We stopped at a cafe and had the national drink, Cachaca, a unique Brazilian spirit. Cachaca is a strong, 80-proof liquor distilled from sugarcane and aged for one year. The drink is a caipirinha, made with Cachaca, crushed limes, sugar and ...
... as I could
handle. No men in lederhosen to keep me amused unfortunately though one couple
clad in traditional costume were belting out German songs.
Torrential downpours kept me confined to barracks for most
of the rest of the day, tried to dry out all my rain and sweat stuff with the
fan on max!
... now have
more of an excuse to speed – they don’t slow down for the massive puddles and
are happy to soak pavement people.
Happily it didn’t drag on too long and I could nip to the
super for grub having decided against the 59 real a kilo Cafehaus Gloria spread
– a small plate seemed to cost around £4, drinks were extra and neither looked
worth the money.
... to Bombinhas, only ½ hour, so got on that – need to get back and enjoy my pousada in the sunshine and make some attempt at getting my money’s worth!
Did a few lengths of the pool and dried off on a lounger enjoying a beer and the view until it clouded over yet again – by 7pm the thunder had started yet again – no chance of ever getting the clothes dry! Tried to catch the impressive fork lightning on film but failed ...
... Then walked all of Bomb’, Embruhlo & Lagoinha beaches, another 2.5km to get home.
Tired and hungry but then the sun briefly emerged and decided to snorkel off the Pousada Pier – the water was too cloudy, as quickly became the sky once more, so after dissuading some tresspassers, did a few laps of the pool. Didn’t need to be in the water to see the turtle that popped it’s head up, nor the hundreds of anchovetas leaping ...