Paradise Araca Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I will write about this as soon as it happens Okay I didn't do that much because it rained all the time. In the end we went to the same bar every night. It was fun but this town can get boring very fast. Beaches are beautiful an I did chill with some brazilian chicks for the whole day swimming and laying on the ...
... Salvador and he would buy a ticket from someone when he got there. But he had a couple of days to spare, so he was coming back to the house in Natal and then he would fly to Salvador! He had decided he is staying in Brazil through the end of the World Cup! The great thing about this is, we all know Jorge so well, our first reaction was total shock, and then all came to the same conclusion...of course Jorge would do this! Why are we shocked?! This is exactly ...
... that was directly behind the restaurant, and shot up the back side of the restaurant and down the other side. Our driver turn back to us with this **** eating grin and gave the driver a two thumbs up. We were in hysterics. Once lunch was finished our ride was pretty close to over. We had just enough time to have him drive us home. It was a great day, as all great days ended....pool party! Granted it was only 3 of us this time, but fun all the same. The days for the following ...
... draped in a Costa Rican flag on my other side taunting the Uruguayans and the Italians because the Ticos beat both of them! I had sincere fear that were going to die! We got to our seats and once again we were lower level right behind the goalie. Perfect! The game starts and Uruguay fans are exploding with energy! Italy had a pretty good size showing as well! Sure enough, right out the gate Italy takes a couple of dives, and Bruce stands up with his ...
... 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 ...