Manary Praia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... no one there. It must have been about 5.30 when we walked back to our hostels. The next day was Saturday 21st. I was moving hostels to one by the love beach. It had air conditioning and it had breakfast included. It was a miserable day with loads of rain. I packed up slowly and then trekked along to my new place. I had plans to meet Rosario and Juan to watch the sunset on a cliff in Pipa. I had a very lazy day as the weather was rubbish. I got into bed and rested. ...
... soon as we were there we could see them about 50m off the shore playing in the waves. They are completely wild dolphins, however given the popularity of Pipa (a lot of Israeli's go on holiday here) they seem to be used to people swimming nearby so when I swam out to nearer them they didn't really seem bothered. Although they didn't come quite close enough that you could touch them, at times they were only a meter or so away from me and would ...
... the beach front and walked down to an old fort shaped a bit like a star. The seafront looked really nice and was packed with locals (it was a Sunday). We headed back to the hostel around lunchtime to try and watch the England/Ireland rugby game on ESPN. Unfortunately they were showing the Man Utd match instead and the radio commentary wouldn't work. So, instead Lucie provided us with a running commentary via whatsapp! After ...
... to catch low tide – needs to be to get
over the rocks to Bahia do Golfinhos, Dolphins Bay – of course, there were none
– they like morning high tide and no way was I going for that – my luck with
wildlife is poor. My shoes weren’t up to continuing onto Praia Madeiro but it
didn’t look any better!
Later, collected my Venezuelan bracelet which ...
Where do I begin? I'm still in shock and slightly traumatised by my first ever World Cup game. The game was USA v Ghana. We were undecided who to support but it became very clear throughout the day leading up to the 7pm match that USA had plenty of devoted supporters here so we decided to go with the underdogs. There were many and varied stars and stripes costumes - they took the word "patriotic" to a whole new level. That's enough about them...for ...