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... streets, each long hallway is comprised of the same types of shops. One hallway is embroidery and linens. Another hallway is linen clothing. Another hallway is t-shirts. Despite the number of people in each hallway, we can walk comfortably through and take in the handiwork. Not seeing anything we can live without, we return to the bus empty handed. Our next stop is the cultural center, Drag„o Do Mar, which is closed on Mondays. Go figure. George ...
... who proudly shows us his first ganja sprout; like the hostel owner who invites us to drinks, Samba lessons and jam sessions; or the Lambada dancing bartender who mixes our caipirinhas behind his stand full of joy to the sound of Eros Ramazzotti. And of course the many little peculiarities that make each country special... which you will not find in guide books... which you can only experience when you walk around with opened eyes.
And...that's what I've done a lot the past ...
... to have a look. The market was nice. Super wide and open. Full of cashew nuts, shirts, shoes, food and color.. The cathedral very simple, at least we could rest for a bit. Joao started to have headicks and he needed it so get some sleep. Back on the hotel he rested for few long hours and woke up better. Out for dinner we discover a much interesting part of town: praia de iracema and praia do meireles. Full of people super active doing sports.. Capoeira, football, ...
... there we could see the beautiful ocean and beach which the guide said you should not swim, because of the pollution, although there were many people in the water. The Teatro Jose de Alencar was beautifully constructed of ornate ironwork fashioned in Scotland. The building is still used for plays, operas and it stays cool due to the open airy structure, although they said that air conditioning was on the way.
The last stop was ...
... his hip was taken off the ship on a stretcher and placed in the back of a pickup truck for transport to the hospital.
Then we departed. As we pulled away, we could see the disappointed faces of the tour guides, muggers and pickpockets.
We were supposed to take on fresh food at the last port of Recife, but it was not of acceptable quality, so we were supposed to take on provisions here. Since we had to leave, it didn't happen. We're ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarina Park Hotel Fortaleza
Stayed on the yacht in front of the hotel with Calvyn and Greg.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.