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... the cheese to our favourite stray cats and headed back to our lovely hotel. The next morning after enjoying a nice breakfast in the courtyard (with the black kitten attacking Chris's feet) it was time to head out to catch a catamaran to Alcantara. The boat ride was great we sat up front watching the ocean getting an occasional splash (the sea was pretty rough). Alcantara was nice but not really anything new a collection of converted colonial mansions falling into disrepair and ...
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Tuesday I was supposed to get up at 6 and be picked up at 620 to go do a presentation about being an exchange student at on of the schools. I woke up to my ipod playing music. I thought it was weird because that alarm only goes off at 6:40! Then I looked at the time.... I jumped out of bed and got dressed. I checked my phone, 5 new missed calls. I answered a incoming call, and Ivo from Via Mundo was ...
... it from above it looks like miniature grand canyons or deepley excavated strip mines. It is all an optical illusion.
We land at XXXXXX AeroPorto Cel. Alexandre Raposa SejambemVindos air club just south of Sao Luis to fuel up. On the way down we notice that the runway is undergoing expansion and there are work trucks off to the side. Patrick does a fly-over to make sure we are seen.
The Northeast of Brazil is where I will spend the last weeks of my journey through South America - enjoying its beaches, colonial history and lively African culture. My trip along Brazil's Northeastern shore will start at São Luis - an old slaving port with a relaxed atmosphere (but lively weekends), a centre where most of the old houses are covered in colonial tiles and where reggae is the music of choice - and end at Salvador de Bahia with a flight back home on 20th April.
... br> That afternoon we were picked up and taken into the park to hike up and down (the easy part) sand dunes to the only permanent lake (Lago de Peixe) for a much needed swim and snake spot!!! The dunes were hauntingly stunning but we got sand in everything. Unfortunately in our group there were a couple of youngish children so we didn’t stay for sunset (very disappointed). The next day we were taken by boat down the river to Atins where we were deposited in ...