Hotel Il Faro
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... already our swimsuits on. The sun was high in the blue sky, the scenery amazing and the beach completely empty! We swam, played with the waves, I looked for shellfish and had fun like children discovering for the first time the pleasures of the coast! The sea was warm and it was very easy to get inside. Around 2:30 p.m. we took the way back with regret. Our large and heavy bags waited for us. We took a bus to the terminal. Departure at 4 pm for São ...
... continuing to learn, I really enjoyed this poem:
Trust in the Slow Work of God by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. ---
- Above all, trust in the slow work of God.
We are quite naturally impatient in everything
to reach the end without delay.
We should like to skip the intermediate stages.
We are ...
... after the guy for a while Kieran had quite a few locals in tow chasing the fiend with him. Inthe end he dropped the bag and all was good. The Police eneded up giving us a lift back and made it to the beach untouched. After all of this our view of the city was tainted and could not quite relax as had hoped. We ended up just spending the night with a day on the beach and made it the hell out and headed up to Sao ...
... days even if it is expensive, Vera and I managed three days chilling out after our adventures and even caught the sun before heading off on the final night ride to Rio where we will stay for two more nights before our flight back to London.
There was one spell of a few minutes that made my stay worthwhile. I was watching a typical Brazilera with blonde hair and an excuse of a swimsuit ...
... frustrations with the language it is so beautiful, and I need to be fluent, how else will I be able to get a long in Timor Leste? Enough with the sappyness on to some stories from Caranaval. I made the rather bad choice of choosing to stay in São Paulo for Carnaval, since it may be the only place in Brazil where Carnaval is simply a holiday that people use to go to to Argentina (as my host parents did). I did watch the Carnaval parades ...