Orange Praia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the same people throughout our time in Itacarè and the same dads were there with their kids. Just going to talk about housing and where people live. In most of the places I have been to people live in concrete low houses. There are not apartment building so much. You don't really see high rise flats. There are a few in Rio and Salvador and I'm sure a lot in São Paulo but in the areas that I have been to the locals tend to live in bungalow type concrete houses. ...
... in the rain or the sense of hopelessness of a family living in a favela outside the city. My photos do not capture this but it's not because this isn't here. It's because I didn't take that photo. And as I sorted through the photos I have taken today I started to ask myself why didn't I take that photo. Maybe it's because I didn't feel safe to take my camera out at the time, maybe it's because I saw the image through a train or a taxi window because it's too ...
... out of it which went all over my feet and legs - gross! I'm getting used to the weather here - I'm sure we haven't had below 27degrees, in fact I wore long pants out in 27degrees Sunday night and felt comfortable with the gentle sea breeze. It's super humid though - my hair is like a frizz ball. Well it's a sad state when you drink the hotel bar out of the gin nacional! But we managed to do it :) Was talking to Pat about camping and I was surprised to find that the ...
... be bulldozerred to sanitise the area for visitors. The occupants have been promised alternative accommodation, but no one is convinced. There is a real concern that anyone living on the street will simply be shot, and their bodies disposed of. It's happened before in Brazil. Not officially, of course, but shop owners who don't want prospective customers put off, might well decide to contact the ex-police units to do a 'tidy up ...
Today was our last day at the work site. Ray estimated that we dug and hauled around 9 tons of dirt over the last week. We left the project site today tired, but also gratified that a lot of work was completed. At lunch we said our goodbyes to an incredible group of ladies who had cooked our lunch, washed some of our clothes and even entertained us with some Brazilian dancing. The children as always were beautiful and loved on each of us every day, when ...