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... 8217;t realised I was in the a/c lounge – it incurred an extra charge on booking but no restrictions once on board and much cleaner/more space. Tied and padlocked my daypack to one of the metal posts on a pallet as the floor was swimming in water – at least boarding in the rain enabled me to select a dry spot as not only entering from the sides but from the middle of the deck ...
... seen on this trip. It used mosaic rather than paint and gold for it's decoration. The alter was also interesting as it was a carving of a figure into a solid block of marble.
The old fort and the fishing port area was a pleasant stroll. Seeing the Glasgow iron work in the butcher's market was a bit of a surprise, especially in such well maintained condition.
However the theatre was the star attraction in town. Set in a large ...
... entering Brazil, they have a relatively new online procedure for obtaining your landing and overflight permit. You start at the ANAC website:
Finding the right place to click brings you to this website form:
You may encounter a "this site not trusted" as ...
... I did and it was fun talking about it.
The next day I went to the city with Lysmar and we went to the botanical garden and he showed me some other places. The time in Belem was nice and I liked staying with Lysmar who is flying to Germany and travels Europe next week. He is a really good guy and we had some nice conversations. In the evening I took a bus to my next destination, Sao Luis which was another 12 hours overnight bus ride. ...
... been loading ships for 30 years and felt he may know a little more than us. Basically they were waiting for the tide to rise so that the slope to drive the car down would be less steep, and miraculously they were right, and the car was loaded with no problems. Next problem was the food. We said it was included, they said it wasn’t. It didn’t need small print on our ticket to confirm who was right, it just needed Portuguese print. As a gesture, the owner of ...
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