Hotel Praia Da Sereia
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Most kids look like bums because we have a total of 6 outfits and save them for port, then there’s random kids sometimes dressed in suits for presentations, then other kids in Moroccan dress because they can now and then there’s like 1/6 of kids not wearing pants because they were up tanning on deck 7. It’s ridiculous.
UGH. I’ve been procrastinating this blog so hardcore. Like I’ve been doing homework instead of blogging, what even is that? ...
... Vice Versa which is about learning English/ Portuguese. And I like it, so it was kinda neat to meet her. One we got home, Natalia was up and we had a movie night because IT WAS STILL RAINING! We watched "The Impossible," which is a true story about a family who went to Thailand on vacation and then was caught in a tsunami and separated. Then Mr. Rosaneli got home and we watched "The Help" and finally, we watched "Real Steel" which I really really liked. And I was getting ...
... too, but simple things with you all are all I really need. Oh and Di, I just thought of one more thing, can you take my picture? You're kind of a pro. Thank yaaaa.
Nati- For you (because you asked me to write it in my blog, but I would have done it anyways) I love Natalia! She's the greatest. I really wish that she could come back with me and stay my goofy little sister forever. That's all for today folks. Sorry I'm so behind on these. I'm too busy living to write all the time. Beijos.
... so we were very much hoping for somewhere that improved on the Hostel of Terror. Thankfully, the Pousada Pais Tropical hostel didn't disappoint and our private room was clean and well-located, if not spectacular. Then there's Pelourinho itself. The historical centre of the city is awash with colour and an almost inceasant drum beat that reflects strong African links and heritage. Bunting and food sellers line the cobbled streets and, for the first few days at ...
... lower city, with the lower city predominantly populated by African Brazilians. We walked in our tour past a monument of the slave leader Zumbi, a striking and to me, a familiar looking African man with his traditional fighting stick. During the time of Portuguese rule, they forced every-one to convert to Catholicism. This led to a melding of African beliefs and Catholicism into what is now known as “Candonmle”, which appears to be a mix of both ...