Ponta dos Ganchos
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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Oh what a great day today turned out to be but I fall big time and future hope too much - damn you Hils! Again started off a slow day - discussions flew around about hiring cars but everyone on internet for ages! Vessel and Dave were doing a yoga class so I joined - it wasn't the best especially as had to pay 25 reals for it and we were on a slope so spent more time concentrating on not falling over rather than doing yoga but it was fun anyway. Came back everyone still on internet. ...
... cinema rather than on a walking tour. In the evening we stumbled upon a really cool international street food market where we managed to resist the temptation of British fish and chips for some more local dishes. The next morning, 24 hours after arriving, we were on our way out. The city is so huge that you could take a week or more to really explore it, but at the end of the day, it was another big city and there were more of Brazil's beaches to get ...
... fun, and there's a strange calm in just watching the water waiting for your moment. After an hour we came out and we headed back to the surf shop where the lady was good enough to push the remaining hour into tomorrow, though I expect to be hungover then so we'll see how that goes...
The rest of the afternoon was spent chilling on the beach listening to music. Around four I went for a 10 minute interval run. It's not much, and goes no way to beating off ...
... little pub that he owns. He is a 50yr old bloke with bald hair, big gut and a few teeth missing. We agree to 40 real a gram and 10 grams. He refused to separate the 10grams, but is finally convinced to do 5 of them. The other 5 are given to us in a big rock, which me & Rimba split between us. One of the separated grams is given to Diego, the driver for his efforts and the other 4, are later sold to Aussies at the hostel. It turns out that we make a little bit of profit, ...
... m sick of it. I'm sick of people taking advantage of my generosity. I'm sick of people trying to walk over me when I try and open up to them. I'm sick of being told, I'm foreign, I'm different, I don't belong. And I'm not just talking about being in a different country (the people here have been very nice) But I'm sick of people trying to drag me down for standing for something.
I will not name names, but there are so ...