Hotel Canariu's Palace
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... is a big secret about Recife is the fact that the bus station may as well not even be called Recife bus station as it is nearly an hour out of the city in the suburbs. So our perfectly timed 9am bus actually turned into a nightmare journey that had us up and dressed and on the road at 6:30 to avoid the work traffic. Seriously Recife, sort it out!!
Hopefully it will all be worth it as we are going onwards and upwards to one of our most anticipated stops, Pipa ...
... while he located a taxi. We would later find out that Joana Bezerra is infamous in the city and that the police officer's presence had probably saved us from a lot of trouble, especially as we were carrying all of our belongings at the time. It was when we got in the taxi that things took a turn for the worse. I had a quick thought to check my mini rucksack for all of my stuff and my heart sank as I found that I'd left both my Nexus tablet and camera on the bus. I ...
... a few blocks from the historic town. We had a room for 5 people so it was me and 4 dudes bunking together. Don and Laura got a nice hotel in the heart of town at the last minute. We had prepaid for our place in fear there would be no room and board to book last minute and ended up way overpaying for our funky abode. It ended up costing the same for our place as what Don and Laura paid for the fancy place. But all was fine and good, I actually enjoyed our funky little ...
... Atlantic Ocean stretches endlessly to the East, which gives a sense of how the Europeans once thought they were seeing the end of the world when staring Westward from the opposite shore. We turned to walk down the district's narrow streets lined with bright pastel-colored houses in colonial stylings. Two blocks from the water lives the first synagogue in the Western Hemisphere on a street once called "street of the Jews," but renamed "street of good Jesus." Go figure. The ...
... a few days, they will struggle with the reality of this Third World Country. Even the lure of the beach to cool down from the intense humidity is but a mirage as there are warnings all along the promenade of shark danger. Apparently it is one of the world's top 10 shark infested beaches.
There was a little island (as Hugo aptly named it) in the middle of this crazy city and it was the Shopping Centre! The air conditioned ...