Lexus Internacional Ingleses
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... inducing jungle that, whilst pretty, we had already conquered that morning. Other similar jungle walks led us by natural rock pools and up close to two different species of monkey, one of which was extremely loud and could be heard grunting and calling from our second hostel close up to the jungle. At one point we were surrounded by monkeys as they made their way through the trees to us to make a few noises before losing interest. Lopes Mendes beach mentioned earlier was on ...
... his dignified descends, and I could see the daredevil look in Tasha's eyes swell and boil. Even after taking a few fairly heavy falls she wasn't put off and proceeded to dust herself down, but all living things have their breaking point. As I walked back up the dune, I heard a shreek of excitement from Tash as she left the precipice of the dune and began yet another careening descent, like a fearless child who'd eaten too much jelly and ice-cream. As she drew level with ...
... 1700 perhaps, but at this time of the year it gets dark around 1730 in Brazil so the others were a little anxious to get back in time. We had walked for at least 3 hours to get here. We were obviously unprepared for this. There was no other taxi that evening so we had to get back ourselves. Being Brazilian and hence really well trained they decided to jogg back. Myself and Engelke realizing that we didn’t have any alternative also started and to be perfectly honest ...
... took 3 hours to get in and out of town (on a normal day it would only take 10 minutes!)
Fabiana and Andre made sure we only ate amazing food every day. I am quite liking Brazilian breakfasts myself as cake is always on the menu. Our pousada (guesthouse) served us new tasty treats daily for breakfast and most importantly, this menu always included cake!
After a busy morning at the beach, our ...
... belonged' was the fact that these complete strangers, essentially kidnap me after the service, take me down to those local hotdog stand, buy me food (which if you know me, is the quickest way to my heart), they take me into their family, joke and laugh with me, not at me. When I spoke and couldn't articulate myself, I didn't get the furrowed brow and slight snarled lip that I was so used to, but crinkled eye corners and shining teeth. ...