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Travel Blogs from Sao Luiz de Maranhao
... The cost of living in so far as food and basics is concerned is cheap,but electrical goods,cars and the like are expensive evan to our standards in the UK. Education seemed to be the main topic of conversation in the barbers we visited.I was enquiring that in a few weeks time I would require a haircut and wanted to learn the "terms" I would need to say. Pedro took me to his local. Inside the shop was a network of old boys all having a right old ...
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São Luis is described on the guides as a beautiful colonial town with lively coloruful buildings.
Our Colombian friends will be happy when we say that we think that Cartagena de las Indias is way better.
Saõ Luis has a historical centre that is indeed of colonial heritage, but these buildings are also falling apart, most of them with dull old paint flaking off.
It looks that there is one hostel in the whole ...
Ana, I love you, I really do. But right now I love Mallory more. Ok, so she's not the most attractive, she's dusty and she's loud but **** she's cool and I know if you came to the Tropics and met her you'd love her as much as I do.
Still wish you were here babe so we could lie as far apart as possible, ***** about the heat and fight over Mallory. Miss you ...
... how to get to bus stations, hostels, what hostel to go to, arriving in new places, making friends. The constant questions, the how long have you been travelling? type. I now have reached a completely different stratosphere in Hostel world (having been travelling for a year), a strange and surreal world where length of travel time holds sway, giving you dibs on best bunks. The murmurs of wow give way to deference, suddenly you are seen as a guru of travel but also ...
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