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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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Late night neighbours and noisy staff destroyed plans for
hours and only managed about 6 so was ready for a double espresso at the
airport. Needed it to get through the cramped and cloudy flight back to
Fortaleza. Was interesting to see all the unfortunates still dossing on the
streets and prostitutes still hard at it, all loitering on street ...
... at about 10am. Luckily for us the hostel was not at full capacity so Jamily (young Brazilian girl who owns the hostel with her husband, Alex) let us have breakfast and check into our rooms early so we could have a nap. Ideal! We were in Fortaleza for 3 whole days and we just minced around really. We had great fun at the laundrette washing our Amazon clothes as they were fairly stinky. We went out for dinner one night and walked all the way along ...
New place new friends. Fortaleza was cool because right when I got there we went out. Some Chileans brought a big bottle of pisco and before you know it we all were riding happy on the way to pink elephant. It's a popular expensive night club they have here in Brazil. Anyways the next several days it was pretty much the same. Fortaleza to me seems a little rough and unsafe. I'll admit I had a good time here and my portuguese is getting ...
... in the twilight of his career he is possibly the most honest player on this team, running tirelessly, contributing at a phenomenal level in the glaring heat; the definitive team player. Special mention must be made of the fabulous Mexican team driven forward to believe by the ageless Raphael Marques and the inspired by Hector Herrera. Backstopping
this energy and guile was the acrobatic Guillermo Ochoa in goal. What a revelation he has been and surely did not deserve ...
... hours away. The only way to get to this village is by 4x4 as the last hour or so of the drive is just along sand dunes,so it's a pretty isolated place. We checked in to pousada Vento Leste - a little bit of luxury and chilled round the pool (as the only guests were another couple it was pretty much ours) enjoying some 30 degree heat again. Headed into town (a sandy road with a collection of restaurants and shops) for a bite to eat accompanied by some live acoustic ...