Hotel Mercure Recife Navegantes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... or heard of again, I imagine.
The day was wrapped up by a visit to a restaurant which included a free caipirinha each and some decent sandwiches all round which were marginally topped by the entertainment on the table next to us. Three middle-aged Americans accompanied by three prostitutes, one dressed in a revealing purple top fell off her chair three times in an hour and gave us more than a glimpse of her chest with a nip-slip that got us all giddy. You can't beat a nip-slip.
... Auckland - Christchurch in 40 odd hours time! The trip that had started in Ireland on the 15th of March was finally completed in Christchurch on the 27th of June, having been through Ireland, the U.S, Mexico, Cuba, Belize, Guatemala, Panama, Argentina and Brazil - it really was an incredible journey and the trip of 2014 will be one you hear about many times in the future! :) Love Ben & Belinda The ...
... going way too far the wrong way. It's bonkers. It's gotten to the point where we wonder if they're messing with us to raise their fares. That would actually make more sense. Casey and Kris were staying in Olinda, a really cute town just north of Recife. Over dinner, we discussed important topics like the Recession and who is the best-looking player in the tournament. (Spain's Iker Casillas for Sara; Uruguay's Diego Forlan for Sam. In case you're interested.) A ...
... interesting things. People selling tropical fruits, people selling barbecued corn, people selling meat strung up from their makeshift stalls??? We didn't stop to buy anything but I had to stop for a picture of the meat! It is illegal to sell meat like this over here but, like many things, the police turn a blind eye to this to focus on far greater crimes (or at least I hope they do?)
About an hour from our destination the ...
... into the dining room you needed your sunglasses, the shirts and dresses and colours were so bright. We had the usual convivial company and interesting conversation at table #187, but afterwards I was inexplicably tired. There wasn’t really any show on in the Palladium tonight; they’d just decided to let the classical pianist, Jonathan Powell, do a stint instead. I decided I’d give it a miss and just go back to ...