Pousada Lestada Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... out of our hands, we had that much. At one small bar, at about 2am, some local girls start chatting to us and we buy them a drink. I start kissing one of them and Chris is tuning the other. Mine is a bit older and speaks English. The other speaks no English, and Chris has the old google translator out. Before long, it is made clear to Chris that they are both hookers. Chris is happy to pay for his and we go back to get some money for the deed. I explain to mine that I am not interested ...
... place for photo ops as you can see. The population can double on the weekends as people arrive to enjoy the activities offered --- surfing, windsurfing, kite flying diving, snorkelling, hiking and mountain biking. Beaches are the big draw here --- there are about 23 along the peninsula many of them only available by boat. That being the case we went to three of ...
... Wowzers. Ok, so I go back to the three Indian-Americans and we decide to go to my favorite place - Guapo Loco according to Dave. Get to the club and sort of dance with them but they are sort of lame and they drink like 2 beers and then switch to water. Stupid. The one who lives in New York (and I've met 3 New Yorkers now and they all do this) does this weird little head bob thing whenever she talks. Like I will say something and then she ...
... it remains undocumented to you visually, you're going to have to take our word for it. And on that note, a bit of good news: 1. A new camera has been acquired (yay!) 2. Sam has been accepted into all of the graduate programs she applied to, and Sandro is yet to be rejected I'll leave it to Sam to describe our next adventure, which was a strange balance of odd maladies and amazing excursions in what can only be described as ...
... So I donīt really understand why we (and all the other unsuspecting transit passengers) were barked at, ordered around, herded like cattle, interviewed, fingerprinted, photographed, sniffed by dogs, patted down and ordered through two sets of security in a process that took two hours. Nuff said. Well, ten hours later we arrive in Brazil to a much warmer reception. Hooray! We are in Rio de Janeiro! I should preface this blog by saying that I was a bit worried, in ...