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After a fluffy morning, trying to enjoy some quality time on
the balcony before check out, took the bus to Mariana, a smaller and less
intact colonial town. Had some nice old buildings which I explored with Carol,
a Londoner I bumped into at tourist info.
More grey clouds and rumbles of thunder eventually produced
the mother of all thunderstorms, ...
... are allowed on the island. It's probably only a matter of time until things change but for now, the island remains relatively unscathed by modern transportation. I arrived by wooden yacht, ferrying produce to locals from the mainland. The trip cost around £3 and involved lying on top of milk and vegetable (and drink!) crates, whilst taking in the incredible views of Isla Grande on the horizon. In terms of ecosystem, you couldn't get much more diverse than this. Isla ...
Our last day in Vitoria!
Rochelle was up and off at 7:00am Heather and I wanted to hit the beach and do a little more shopping before we had to catch our bus at 3:30pm so we checked out and caught a taxi back to the Vitoria Mall. Because we had all of our luggage with us, I sat and guarded the bags while Heather shopped. I really didn't have anything to shop for and it was fun to sit and people watch for a few hours.
It was cloudy but we ...
... looked like a delicious buffet to me but there were very few vegetarian dishes and certainly no omelets, so we ventured on. Ten or so blocks of walking led us back to the Triangle where we found a restaurant that was open and serving food. It was nearly noon and there were no omelets on the menu but we were all famished so we decided to try it anyway. Rochelle and I ordered a salad, french fries and “toothpick chicken”. We ...
... that we did not speak Portuguese but the woman kept on talking anyway. I told her that we could not help her in my best PG and they moved along to the next table. When the huge portions of food arrived, we gave them some from each of our plates. To my surprise, they sat at an empty table behind us and the waiter brought them cutlery and glasses of water! I know in Canada they would not have been allowed to beg from the restaurant patrons at ...