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... it was still so humid from yesterday, I wanted to take a nice dip in the ocean. It felt so nice. It was like bath water, but the water wasn't too warm that it made me still feel sticky from the humidity. I saw a ton of people playing soccer on this beach, and I went and joined in. There were just a lot of good vibes from people. They were so including. I guess they really like when the tourists come here and ...
... guy next to me had brought a pigeon and two pigeon chicks in a shoebox on the boat. It was kind of annoying and it was really hot and stuffy (I was right in the center of the mass of hammocks). I realized how much cooler it was by the open air windows so I moved my hammock to catch the breeze. Within minutes many others followed suit until there were no more window spots left. I pulled out a book that my friend Paulo from Salvador had gifted me with prior ...
... to discover its interesting flora and fauna including many medicinal plants. We saw the white sap from the rubber tree, giving us an appreciation of the scale of workforce that must have been involved during the rubber boom. Luiz also coaxed a tarantula out of its hole, allowing us to get up close to it.
For our second night, we had the choice of spending the night in a jungle camp or at the home of Luiz and his ...
... on poses to strike--thumbs up, "Blue Steel," modeling our guns, Japanese tourist peace signs, etc. Everyone was so friendly, and the largely-Brazilian crowd--in contrast to Natal's half-American crowd--all seemed to be supporting the U.S. We even appreciated some of the Portuguese fans. Our favorites, though, were the random French fans that appeared out of nowhere, jumping into our group shouting "Les baguettes!" as they shoved loaves of bread in our ...
... Pete McDonough (a colleague of our's ) was in the pub so it was good to catch up with people who we knew (or at least Simon did). We got to the ground early, was surprised by the lack of merchandise sales, there was no programme's being sold, so we found our seats early and literally two row's in front of us is an ex colleague from work Vicki Smith who is in South America for 8 months travelling. The crowd was heavily partisan towards Italy, the locals ...