Hotel Lagoa e Mar
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... hour on the deck in the heat and it was a great walk. We watched the harbor as we walked around.
Tonight we will be dining in Silk Road. The last time was very good, so we are hoping for a repeat performance. This will be the last time on this cruise that we will be dining there. Now, there are many "last times". I should say "until next time"!
There will be three sea days now. Hoping that the seas are good.
Until next ...
... to tolerate this relationship? Could it be oil? Nah, can’t be. Take down those solar panels from the White House; reject the call for energy efficient light bulbs; in the words of Dick Chaney, conserve if it makes you feel virtuous, but “drill, baby, drill”. One man’s virtue may be another’s vice, but conservation along with the development of alternative forms of energy is certainly a virtue in my book.
... back here for. There were also a few things which were different to how we do things in South Africa: 1) Plugs with no switches. You just plug in your appliance and you're good to go. 2) Showers with 4 taps (1 set at the top, close to the shower head & another set in the usual spot). We learnt that one set adjusts temperature & the other adjusts water flow. 3) Retorno or what I call a legal u-turn (these we only saw in Brasilia). At most intersections if you want ...
... became the happiest one of the bunch. Then I told them I actually know some Portuguese in a very matter of fact way as if I actually knew what I was doing. I followed it up with a few ridiculous basic sentences and words that I know in Portuguese. "Eu como uma maçã. (I eat an apple). Eu como um abacaxi (I eat a pineapple. Eu no falo portugues I don't speak Portuguese). Maracuja (passion fruit)." I said these simple sentences with gusto they all laughed and it felt like I ...
... polluted to be honest. Maybe this just wasn't one of their nice beaches. Afterwards I found a grocery store where I managed to buy some fruit, water and get some money out. Stealing myself mentally - I made my way back along the 4km return journey. I felt more confident and less afraid as I now knew the route. I got back to the hostel after 4. I kind of just collapsed in the hammock due to exhaustion - waking up intermittently due the loud bangs and pops ...