Ibis Salvador Rio Vermelho
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... away with anything when you look a bit German.
The next morning I switched hostels to my preferred choice just a minute down the street. I hated that random hostel. The sheets were covered in plastic. They didn't have any drinking water and the toilets were blocked. Why do people stay in places like this. My new hostel was so much nicer and the people were cool too. Met a half american, half scouse girl (with the accent to match) and an English guy and ...
... off on a sob story, wiping tears away from his eyes, he informed us the elderly barber had been unwell recently but was now on the mend. For this, Pedro suggested we gave him a round of applause. So we did, 50 tourists somewhere in the ****-end of Salvador clapping a barber who by my reckoning was getting over a cold as he looked a picture of health. Pedro let it all out and hugged the barber for a little too longer than he would have liked. As a few on the ...
... as being slower but once she had seen us at work and that animals
recovered much faster she was convinced. We helped her greatly by spaying 7
cats (3 of which were hers) and 4 *****es.
Sunday was a traditional day of rest and we made the most of our time touring the
island, walking along the beach and catching some rays of sunshine so at least
we had a bit of colour to prove to people at home that we had in fact been
... fascinating and very interesting, as well as quite emotional in some parts, particularly when Captain Lane showed video footage of the Canberra coming back home to Southampton; the friends and families of the servicemen lining the dockside with a forest of Union flags waving, and the sailors lined up on deck in their “number ones” as a flotilla of smaller ships blasted out their foghorns ...
... hopes and aspirations so we spent a while talking with them. They were between the ages of 12 and 17 and none of them spoke English although the oldest was hoping to learn and spoke just a few words so we had to talk through the guide as an interpreter.
The discussion was very interesting and they expressed themselves very well. The school situation was a problem for them as they were all hoping to go on to university and the 17 ...