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... at the house and Cintia along with her family all had dinner together. The next day I arrived at the meeting point and hopped on a jeep to head for Praia de Castelhanos. Along the way we stopped off at various points of interest. The tour guide recommended I bring mosquito repellant. I did bring some, however the repellant wasn't strong enough. I thought I got bitten in the Amazon but this was extreme. The mosquitoes or borrachudos on the ...
... the other 650 a night.
Headed up one of the many river outlets, as the steep ridge of the island produces many rivers, with stunning waterfalls apparently, back to the road and north, after a kind security guard filled my water bottle from one of them, to finally stop at Viana for a swim and a beer while waiting the hourly bus – it was like watching a caterpillar cross the road, which it just achieved by mm when ...
... over & watched me safely in the door having seen him approach!
It was OK but the high location of the fan meant I had to take the top bunk, not at easy task with slippery synthetic sheets and no ladder. Late arrival meant all the supermarkets with cold beer had shut, so forced to pay double price at the petrol station, but was really ready for it after that hideous day of nearly 14 hours on the roads with heavy rain, lightning, ***** seatmates and smelly loo ...
... firework shop and set us up with some awesome fireworks and some great kites. They showed us around their city and treated us to some amazing pasteles (deep fried pastries filled with cheese ans ground beef) and Adrianos family hosted an amazing BBQ with delicious meat, BBQ cheese, pineapple and so much more. We really enjoyed getting out of the city and seeing their town.
... than fear...). Apparently, according to my Brazilian friends, lizards are good to have around because they eat flies and mosquitoes so I decided to name him (he’s called Gustavo, Gus for short) and allow him to live under the sofa/behind the wardrobe. We have still not found the mice. We could well be living in a zoo.
I was relatively amused by my lizard/mice situation until my friend Charlotte told me what happened to her at the ...