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Today Philip was going diving so I asked the boat guy if I could come and just go snorkelling. He let me come for free which was really nice. They made me put on a wet suit which was extremely tight and when I jumped of the boat the suit sucked me into the water. I flapped around helplessly for about a minute trying to figure out how to use the flippers and breathe. I thought I was going to drown and I frantically made ...
... 8217;, just extensive new districts with some great modern architecture and sculptures from greats such as Oscar Niemeyer. We spent the day travelling around the city, viewing the different districts taking in the main square, cathedral, Japanese district and Mercado Municipal – a great main market. This is where we stopped for lunch, eating with the locals at a market stall and just gazing in amazement at the huge variety of fruit on sale (most of which we had never ...
... the smell tell you there is good surf long before you see it, emerging as you do suddenly onto the beaches via dunes or narrow beach access lanes. Bathing on these southern shores is much more of a fun, sporty thing. Also there seemed to be more space, either the expanses of sand were greater or there was less colonisation by restaurants and hotels. In general, I wouldn't class myself as much of a beach person, but a week ...
... really felt good! At least then I didnīt feel so guilty when I sun bathed! The waves are pretty stong here, and I embarrassingly got knocked over by them unexpectantly twice! Hehe! Sporting my new sexy Brazilian bikini, I still looked good! After chilling for a bit i dashed off to go on the favela tour which was absolutely amazing! This is something that will stay with me forever, so many things that ill remember from time to time. Our leader told us that if there was a drug ...
... as strictly and as often as I should have. Sometimes I remembered, sometimes I didnīt. It was easy to be lax when we seriously didnīt see any mosquitos and folks even told us there are no mosquitos in that part. Well, there was at least one. And maybe not a moral, but my doctor visits, blood tests, ambulance ride, heap of medication: all free. I got cured of malaria for absolutely nothing. The US needs a better health care system. One more adventure down for the ...