Ibis Salvador Rio Vermelho
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... to enjoy some quiet and indulge in a cleaner beach. We then took a few mototaxis (yes, that´s a motorcycle taxi...the highlight of the trip thus far for Tracey) to another beach town north of Arembepe called Guarajuba. We walked along the near empty beach, ate some delicious Brazilian cuisine, and floated peacefully in the calm ocean waters. Recently, we took a trip inland to the national park Chapada Diamantina. There we did a 4 ...
... rather concerned and I think this where the make-up really came into play - made me look like a loose canon not to be argued with. I exited Fogo feeling smug at the saving I had made. Then realised I had no money left. So I repeated my trick with a cab driver, who allowed me to go back in to the hostel to dig out a safely stashed 100 Real note out of my bag at the hostel. He looked at me forlornly, before grudgingly handing over his entire stock of change. You ...
... delay the removal until our return. After a couple of Caipirinhas, Suzy decided to remove the cast herself with the help of a regular table knife. She got part of the way through before giving up, but I finished the job the next day at our hotel room.
The next day, after removing Luc's cast, we just hung out at the beach in front of our hotel at Porto da Barro until leaving for the Netherlands v Costa Rica ...
The Ray marine guru is due any minute. While we wait we have been doing some work on the boat in the hopes of an early morning departure tomorrow and some more tourism the old city opened its doors to a magnificent tale of Portuguese palaces,and churches ...
... on the health inspector’s regular route. I kept walking for a
couple more miles and came upon a place with a few customers drinking
beer and snacking on a few small plates of food. I was pretty hungry by
now and didn’t see anything up the beach that looked like there was
potential for better, so I sat in a plastic chair at a plastic table
under an umbrella on the beach and looked over the menu.
I guess ...