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It was just announced the January is the hottest January in over 60 years... they are having water concerns along with the heat in this part ofthe country... yikes!
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It was an interesting conversation and there were some people who had not had sushi/sashimi. Spencer ...
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We flew from Salvador to Rio and hopped on the bus to the Catete area of town which is popular with backpackers due to the proliferation of cheap accommodations. We managed to find a suitably cheap and grubby hotel (complete with pet rat) and checked in for the next five days.
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