Fragata Apart Hotel
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... town, Abraão on the north eastern side that is dominated by small, low hostels and restaurants. There are no cars on the island besides the odd JVC being used to help build the next tourist haven. We were originally booked in for only a couple of nights but quickly revised this to 5 nights after taking in the relaxed atmosphere and tropical beaches. Tough life. As with most of SA there were still plenty of stray dogs around and someone had an atypically quiet daschund ...
... your feet into the board, leaving enough slack so that you can slip ur feet out when you fall; an inevitability. At the top you weigh up how brave you feel as there are various routes of ranging difficulty, to reach the bottom of the dune. The 3 of us decided to get a feel for the least steep slope first, which surprisingly was fairly straight forward. Tash and Tiphaine were quick to pick it up, getting down in style and pretty quickly too. After a few goes ...
... meat, mixed with some onions, topped off with a raw egg on top. Anyone that knows me, knows that I like my meat well done, preferably no blood. The thought of raw mince churned my stomach. But being diplomatic, not least polite I decided to give it a go but had concocted a back-up story just in case. Thankfully I didn’t have to us that. It tasted ok. After dinner, Angelo arrived, having flown in from Sao Paulo (where he lives) for the weekend.
After brekkie ...
... the island to Campeche where we had been invited to friends of Fabiana and Andre. These friends were also enjoying their holidays here at their brother's new home. I should mention that their friend's brother was a self made millionaire, so it was no ordinary new home. In fact, I think it was one of the most amazing homes that we have ever seen, complete with an infinity pool overlooking the ocean below.
... and as the sun went down had an awesome conversation about politics, life, family, whatever you can think of, and then took the sardine bus's even-more-stuffed cousin back to town.
I am at the mercy of horrible gridlock and a anxiety-disorder's nightmare bus, but it just so happens that I arrive with perfect timing for the youth service to begin and EBBCB not to explode :) The service was a full band of 6 and a bench of 3 ...