Hotel Sao Gotardo
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... holes are bigger than the
fabric!) and there were other people there.
It did mean I was back on the road when Papi and son made
their return trip to town and so got a ride all the way back – just as well as
a killer day and little shade on the (felt like a lot more than 6km) road. Had
tried to organise an afternoon anteater trip, as a whole day is pointless as
they like mornings & evenings, but no takers except at 280 reals (nearly
... and insisted on dropping me at their final destination, at the bottom of town – of course, the agency for much of the accommodation in town was 6 uphill blocks away. Lucky I did check as many places in town full, and finally, once I got through to the not willing to try and understand chicas, who just laughed at me, a common reaction in this country where everyone seems to think you should learn Portugese, regardless of the fact it’s no damn use anywhere else ...
Just a quick update with the minimal data I have on my phone. Apologies for not updating the past few days as we have been without internet and our 3G has been extremely slow. Taking advantage of the sudden increase in 3G speed now to post an entry here. We've just finished watching all our World Cup matches yesterday which ended sadly with Belgium losing to Argentina 1-0. Now we ...
After a long break from camping we chose our new tent called ´´Potosi´´ for this leg of our tour. We set up camp next to a lake which was very popular with the locals. A lady sold us some caipirinihas and we watched the sunset over the lake. We watched lightening from ...
... Mais ou r menos.” or Do you speak English? “Ahhh, mais ou menos.”
Cultural note: Excitement is building for the World Cup. The towns are all decorated in Brazilian colors and will be shutting down to watch their country battle for the title.
We are going to miss our 4 translators (local high school students taking English classes) who were with us everyday, even rearranging their study schedules to help us out. ...