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After waking up from an incredible sleep I had no expectations that the breakfast spread would be just as incredible in comparison to what I've so far experienced. However; I did spend the night in a hotel so I should have expected such delectable luxury. It was delicious! I even pushed myself to go the gym. All of these hotdogs and Brazilian delicacies coupled with no exercise is bound to make a girl become curvy around the edges; at least my Brazilian bum is developing ...
... down and outs,turned a corner and what did I see.....a full on dress rehearsal for a group preparing for a big festival.Before my eyes were all the stereo types,women in feathered head dresses beautifully constructed,vibrant make up with the sound of their ankle bracelets like crunching shells on the cobbles.It was a feast of tropical birds,strutting their stuff with broad smiles and perfect white teeth and honed bodies bares to the Gods.What a wonderful ...
... picked me up and I went with him to his house. He is 27, studied philosophy and has no job right now, so he is living with his sister at their parents place. he is nice and friendly, speaks a little bit german and french. What I liked about him was that I was always correcting me when I made a mistake speaking portugues, so I learned a lot this weekend. But the weekend itself wasn't that good. I wanted to see the beautiful colonial center of Sao Luis but he ...
... São Luís and had the shower I'd been craving for too long. You accept pretty quickly that you're never going to be dry here, you're either showering or sweating and you just have to deal with that. Sweating makes you thirsty though. I needed a drink and I spotted a water dispenser on the wall but on closer inspection I realised it was broken. I had no other option but to go to the pub. I wandered out of the pousada and ...
Stupidly we took the advice of a Brazilian working in a hostel in Pelourinho, who told us that no matter what the hour (rush hour or not) it was only 20 minutes to the bus station. Er wrong. After arriving into Salvador for Lencois, we decided to leave our bags at the bus station, as we were heading out that night to Olinda, and go and have a nice breakfast in Pelourinho. We did, setting ourselves up in the nicest hotel we could find and tucked into a ...