Paradise Araca Hotel
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... travel since I had left England and the rush of my party behind me, so I just wanted to relax, sleep, eat lots of nice food and swim in the warm sea ! That´s exactly what I did for a whole week. I spent a week here, going to the beach every day and even tried some fishing. I talked to the local people to find out about the local culture and often ended up being amused by the way the local people spoke ...
... on this private little beach that we hand to take 150 steps down to get there. That was probably the most pleasant part of the journey. I think we all had wished we had just spent the day there. From there we headed home to chill at the pool for the evening. A day or two later we headed down to the Fan Fest to watch the USA vs. Belgium play in the quarter finals. Right across the beach when it is low tide you can go and check out this fort that sits on the ...
... all the attempts to clear the tide, and started rating the buggy drivers on their technique. It was hilarious. One buggy gunned it and then stopped because a wave was coming and then gunned it again, and that earned him a thumbs down from our driver. There ended up being quite a few thumbs down ratings, and then the tide eventually got too high to pass. So this one driver, instead of turning back and heading home the long way, backed up a bit, and shot up this really steep ...
... the Uruguayans saw what we were doing, they just shook their head and screamed in Spanish "Where are you from and why are you so cruel?!" Jorge laughed and yelled something at them in Spanish and took off. We got back to the house in record time to meet back up with Mikey, Timi, Robert and Sarah who stayed in Natal at the house. Half of us took a cab and the other half went with Jorge in his car and headed to our sandwich shop. We used it for a meeting ...
... and we happily spent hours in the air conditioned recesses of the hostel, reading books and watching movies and shows on the tablet. I love free wifi. We saw the Teatro Amazonas, which is a beautiful theatre built during the rubber boom to bring some culture to the city. We flew to Natal early on the 11th, leaving the strange and lonely feeling city behind us for the sunny, popular beach town. Natal is where we watch all our football games. Cameroon Mexico was ...