Ponta dos Ganchos
Travel Blogs from Governador Celso Ramos
... to learn something about ourselves. Instead of asking why, I simply ask, why not? I crave the adventure, and when I go home I know I will not be the same person. I will be a storyteller, a hiker, an adventurer, an explorer, more outgoing, and more worldly. From the minute I started traveling by myself for the first time in 2008, I have had the travel bug well and truly, and the more I travel the more I realise how many places that I am still yet to see. ...
... Canadian' men just simply do not possess, and that is aggressive forwardness. Their entire goal is to make out with as many girls as they can, not even to take them home. They approach you with the words of how beautiful you are, and by the end of the sentence they have their lips an inch away from yours. Pulling away from kisses was a repetitive motion that evening, although A and I never felt the least bit unsafe or uncomfortable.
Amongst the kissing proposals I did meet ...
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So I will cut to the chase and talk about the big issue: where the truck am I going to live for the next five months?
So I am currently living in the house provided by the school. I am extremely thankful to have this house! The neighborhood has been great and it's been just a really 'comfortable' integration into Brasil for me. Of course there are the occasional gunshots, but as is life :P In all seriousness this ...
... this. I felt like I didn't appreciate all that I had: scholarships, friends, etc. And God sent me to Brasil! By no means am I living in squalor, but I haven't had to worry about hot water basically ever. I could always get whatever style of food I wanted within reasonable grasp. It's a little tougher, but I doubt I would enjoy a can of 1R (About $0.75) feijoada in os Estados Unidos as much as I am here!
... br> Next morning we get breakfast in the hostel, Brazilian breakfast is more exciting than any of the other countries we have visited so far with a choice of cereal, bread, cheese, ham, fruit and cake – I’m not sure which I’m happier to see fruit or cake!
We chill out at the hostel for a while and then as we feel we should do something we take a walk to the nearby beaches. Again we are on a Brazilian 'path’ but this time at ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center