Ibis Budget Belem
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and attract the dolphins. It
worked and they jumped and jostled to get the fish and got a far better view,
reasonably close, than if I had taken a pricy tour, with odds of 100% of seeing
the pink ones as opposed to the 50% the boat driver had offered me!
Raining again by the time I wanted
to go to the airport and of course no bus shelter where I planned to change bus
or anywhere within a couple of stops. Had to shelter ...
... 231;as, Suzane dropped me off at my hostel. Suzane was so selfless and helpful for the 15 hours I knew her. I keep meeting people like this; people who get enjoyment out of meeting foreigners and showing them around for no reason at all. It's a far cry from how most people act towards foreigners in the USA. And it also shows that while there is crime everywhere and bad people, there are even more good people in the world to outweigh the bad. I'm blessed to ...
... out to the ship to drop-off a new one before she could be consoled … just a joke … the crew hustled and found a new set and had it replaced the same day … whew .. crisis adverted.)
DAY 15 …… February 1st ……….. Belem, Brazil
Today we ‘touched’ the entrance of ...
... I played "gringo roadie" and helped carry the gear to the cars. We took the gear to the singer Luciano's house and then went for some food. After we were good and full we went to meet some friends of Florindo at a bar and the party started. Brazilians love to party, its like a disease here. They go out a lot and they just love the bar scene. But, they don't do bar crawls so after trying my best to explain why Americans like to go from bar ...
... back to the house. After eating a bit, we hung out under the stars and moon in the yard fighting off the mosquitoes. After some time everyone headed off to bed and I again was very happy to have brought my hammock! That thing is a life saver!
We woke up in the morning, got some breakfast (crackers, butter, and coffee) and packed up. We walked to the nearest "tractor stop" and got a ride back to the boat launch where we had to wait a little over ...