Ibis Joao Pessoa
Travel Blogs from Joao Pessoa
... Saturday so caiprinhas all round lots, weird mix of live bands playing in the street and guys with cars and boomboxes built into the boot making their own little private disco every 100 metres with lots of bumping and grinding going on. Later that night had a huge storm rained for most of the night and the next day when he had to catch the ...
... br> The first evening's dinner was a mixed bag, again, Stef opted for the only safe vego thing going, oily & garlicy spaghetti. Cam had delicious strips of marinated Filet Mignon with caramelised onion, rice and salad. Not a bad deal as far as Brazil goes for it's foody options. Though it has to be said, they're **** hot with their meats! And the choice beer of the town is Skol, which is a fabulous lager. It was used to great effect ...
It's a beautiful day and we are anxious to get going. Patrick’s paperwork goes by more quickly than usual and we are optimistic that we will get a jump on the day. Unfortunately, the shorter runway that we came in on is under construction and we are directed to line up behind a commercial jet on the apron to the main runway. We watch as six jets land and head up ...
... the night before. Lame aren't we! Think I was the one who made that choice too! :S
We woke up the next morning to the bright sun filling our room and the warmth of the sun on the bedsheets, it was a hot night but it was so nice to wake up this way after the rain we'd had. We headed downstairs and had a healthy fruit breakfast and finally some decent coffee (we've found good coffee is hard to come by in hostels). Ben had a quick dip in the pool ...
... the ship.
The church complex was notable mainly for strange sculptures of angry-looking birds and other nasty creatures. I asked the guide what they were about, and he said when the priests/monks were converting the Indians, they used the gargoyles to frighten them so they wouldn’t stray back to their native religions by telling them they needed the ...
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