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... after a few stops the bus was as full as a bingo bus!! We lay on the beach for a while and walked for an hour up to some wind turbines at the end of the beach, however it then got too hot for us two pale Irish so we jumped onto the bus back into town, which was fairly full....a man with about a half dozen fish on a hook was standing beside me on the bus, on every turn, i got a slap of the fish on the ...
... and into the busy international arrivals terminal.
I looked around, as i think most people do when they come into arrivals, for someone that i knew, waiting for me...even though i knew there was no-one!
First things first...try get a sim card fro my phone to let everyone know that i'd arrived safely.
Off to the information desk, but didn't look like it was going to be possible in the airport.
I did find ...
... and beaches, and a whole load of wildlife. However, its our travel companions who really make this trip stand out. Four Brazilian pensioners, who speak not a word of English, they combine well with our very limited portuguese.
They have new digital cameras. We pose for many shots, help them figure out the settings and sit through the replays of lopped off heads and bodies. We communicate through ...
... I spent the first 45 minutes searching for an internet café to find the address of where I was going to stay. That done, I headed to look for a bus to the centre, this turned out to be pretty easy and I started to talking to a Brazilian biology graduate who had just been to Buenos Aires, he was really helpful and recommended me a Hostel and showed me how to use the Metro system. Simeo (his name) also then offered to take me in a taxi to my hostel as he lived nearby, I ...
... place, even helping us with our bags and it was a short walk to the Pousada Residencial which had a room available and was perfectly acceptable. So far, so good.
Technically Parnaiba shouldn’t have been on the Brazilian itinerary as it isn’t on the coast, but on a river. It was a major port until the river silted up and the port was moved to nearby Luis Correira. The reason we stopped at Parnaiba apart from the fact ...
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