Orange Praia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... a hand basin. It was such a warm night and we were again just over the road from the beach that at about 22:30 a small group of is decided to go for a swim. There were floodlights illuminating the beach so it made it relatively safe, being able to see the swell and keep account of all who were swimming, and being able to keep an eye on our clothes (underwear is excellent for doubling as swimming gear!) hehe. No long after we got into the water a local couple rocked ...
... He said that when we first went up, the monastery we were supposed to visit was closed, but the tour company had contacted someone to open it, and they were waiting for us. The procession of vans headed back up through the narrow streets together until our van veered off, separating us from the rest of the group. At first we thought we were being kidnapped, but after a few bumps and turns, we came to a stop in front of a monastery, ahead of all the other vans. ...
... full of great Brazilian crafts and I think almost everyone ended up buying something to take home. When we finished shopping we went on a wonderful sight seeing cruse around the harbor and up the rivers surrounding the city the weather was perfect and we learned a lot about the city from the English speaking guide conducting the tour and many of us were interviewed by a magazine reporter on the boat and and had our picture taken ...
... buy a few souvenirs. One of the shops employed local dancers to draw in the crowds. I watched this guy put on mascara and then dance around in orange latex waving an umbrella. I make no comment about this other than to say the girls looked much better!
Ben had recommended that we ate at Officina do Sabor, a well know Brazilian restaurant in the area. Their specialty was to hollow out a pumpkin and then fill it with a seafood 'stew'. ...