Imira Plaza Hotel
Travel Blogs from Natal
... Holy God. So I will do my part by praying and living my life to please and glorify Him. Whatever fruits that will bring will be up to Him. I only pray that my efforts will not fall short nor be in vain.
Oh I forgot that the greeter at the restaurant where we typically eat lunch told me "Jesus loves you." I don't think he realized how encouraging that was.
PS- I had acarajÚ for the second and possibly last time and it was ...
... v Italy. Italy's support seemed a little weak but Uruguay's presence was felt from the moment we stepped out the front door of our apartment. Lots of young male fans who seemed to have their entire future happiness riding on this game were singing on the streets. We really wanted Uruguay to score just to see all the simmering emotion erupt...and so it did. Big, strong, proud young men were reduced to tears - it was like they had won the World Cup and not just survived the group ...
... us by offering a rendition of Nessun Dorma and shouting out Italian foods as if they were swear words at random points. With Brazilians, Chileans and Dutch all entertained, it was only the Uruguayans who didn't see the funny side, to cut them some slack I suppose they were involved in a tense make or break world cup match at the time. As the half wore on we made several trips to get more beer and even got a free one by chanting at some nearby convicts "Aussie, ...
... all the disco classics were on there as we flew up and down the dunes. We almost didn't make it to the dunes as a suicidal donkey started to edge out in front of our speeding buggy on the way there, the donkey looked like it was in for a hard day dragging around a cart of coconuts and just couldn't face it in the glaring sun. Luckily for us but unfortunately for the donkey, the owner pulled it back off the road and we continued on our way to the dunes ...
... again, fun as this has been. Tonight we see Japan and Greece, tomorrow we head south to Pipa, on our road back to Rio - our final stop before flying home.
Eeek, it's hard to believe that it is all nearly over! Thinking back on some things we did in the beginning it feels like a lifetime ago, at other times it feels unbelievable that home is just around the corner. I am happy with it, I feel like a traveller, it's no longer a mission to live out of a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center