InterCity Premium Natal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... finished around 1900 as some rain set in and got back to the hostel and threw the TV on and found an English program and let it run as we prepped dinner. Leesh wasn't feeling good and all of a sudden ran to the toilet and was violently ill. We weren't sure why or what she had eaten to do it but she wasn't feeling good at all. She crashed out to try get better by the morning as I did some research or an hour or so before following and crashing ...
... We finally arrived in Natal at around 2130 and jumped straight into a taxi to make the trip to our place down at Ponta Negra. It took about 15mins and we arrived at our hostel just before 2200. We showered and admired the place we were in and how nice it was considering the price we paid. So much cheaper than our tiny place in Fortaleza and so much nicer with our own bathroom, fridge and microwave. We crashed out not after realising the TV in the room had no English channels ...
... shots that were set alight, teaching Brazilians (who spoke no English) international drinking rules, smashing what turned out to be a Brazilian Policeman's drink, twice and meeting a guy who was adamant he was Rachel's future husband, a 6ft 6ish basketball player from Rio who spent the evening calling me his sister-in-law and has decided that the wedding will be in 2 years time and will have lots of Samba....... So save the date ...
Had to get the old sock out to brew the morning coffee and supplement from the local bakery before heading off to see the fort – had failed to read the dire warnings from LP re. walking there, so did and had no problems. Still, me and the whole town were there so little chance to get away with anything.
Was strategically ...
... Fest in this city. It couldn't match Rio for crowds and spirit but then again, what can? We experimented with fried fish dishes at a beachside shack while young boys asked us for French fries. We were mean and said no, but the American couple next to us let the boys pick off their plates. That was weird. On the bright side, we've now officially picked up enough Portuguese food words to help others make their orders. We met up with ...