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... a priority and there are other people with less time I should come again later again....well...no comments to that. So I guess I will visit a office when I pass through Rio and hope to have more luck then. But yeah, I got back to the hostel and was exhausted and ****** off because like so many time before exactly nothing had worked out and then I just hung out with Eduardo and Andi who arrived from Pipa. Later we went out to a nice bar where they had some really nice live music ...
... to charge us the couple of Realis entrance fee and just waved us through, inside there’s a small military museum and chapel along with a room depicting the history of the fort (unfortunately all in Portuguese) along with photos and memorabilia. Having climbed up to the ramparts for photos we eventually made our way back to the ship; by which time we were just a bundle of wet clothes walking.
18:00 the captains ...
... dove il cugino di un nostro amico veniva a prenderci.
Subito dopo la curva, siamo troppo in ritardo.
Io mi nascondo, mi abbasso piú che posso.
Nel frattempo il ragazzo che guida si accosta, e nel giro di pochi secondi lui e l'altro si scambiano di posto (sopra la mia testa e pestando il piede rotto di Celine), si scambiano divisa e prendono i documenti.
Sta per arrivare la guardia.
Celine dirá che ...
... in Florianopolis, where he happened to notice the book I was carrying. Turns out that he went to university with Danny Wallace, the author of the book! It just goes to show you that as vast as the world is, the more you travel it, the smaller it becomes.
So, the book - its premise is simple, the true story of a guy who had sunk into a bad depression and retreated from life, avoiding all ...
... there, late at night, making noise in the street non stop. And more people started to join us. In the end, there were 15 of us and we walked till another bar which was still open. A guy was driving by and stopped to play music with the Isopor. We were all dancing and those who knows the lyrics (mostly brazilians) were singing. We stayed in the second bar till 2:30 and finally went to sleep after chatting some more. Great great night in Olinda. I can also say ...