Ibis Maceio Pajucara
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... plants. We passed by refineries and saw tankers waiting off-shore, on our way to our first tourist stop in south Maceio. It was a stop filled with small shops selling local crafts. Dawn spent 2 reals on a colourful knotted thread bookmark that a cute little girl was selling. (She wanted to by a second design from the big brother but I had no change! Doh!) Further on we found a shop that sold all kinds of home decor items...kind of ...
... was Picanca, but Hump was a close second, especially the second one that came around, which was much more succulent. I think after the outer layers have been shaved off, the waiters return the skewers to the rotisserie and cook it further. Waiters come and go, tempting us with their specialty cuts until we can't look at another piece of meat. Graham is the first to raise the white flag, or turn the coaster to red permanently but Arman ...
... told me no. In the sweltering heat, I gave up feeling down. I really did want to get this for mums. I walked around further looking for a postcard and ended up buying two rather unattractive ones because unfortunately not many vendors sell postcards and the ones that do, don't sell very good ones. I spent more time in the crazier crowd infested streets between the monk monastery and mercado municipal. I ended up buying some hot-pants and a yellow crochet/lace shirt. I couldn't try ...
We got out of our hostel at around 9.30, heading towards the central olden district for the sights there. To save money, we chose to walk instead of taking the metro. It wasn't that bad, considering we were so used to hiking by now. In little time, we arrived at the first attraction, São Bento monastery, where the Sunday mass was being held. After that, headed towards the gothic Sé ...
... of the sustainability projects that Natura has in place, as well as answered all of the questions that we had regarding the company and the products.
From there we headed back to São Paulo, and got stuck in the infamous São Paulo traffic. As we had dinner on our own that night, a bunch of us went to a local restaurant called Spot (after getting lost trying to find it - thank you Google Maps for finding our way back), where we indulged in Caipirinhas (the ...