Ponta dos Ganchos
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We left Iguazu at about 3 in the afternoon to catch a 20 hour over night bus which was surprisingly pleasant! There was loads of space, big comfy reclining chairs and 2 seats each so it was a positive first bus experience and much better than our long haul flight out! We arrived in floripa (local nickname) at about 9am the next day at the bus station. We were still with one of the Aussie couples who were heading this way too and they already booked into a hostel the night before. ...
... I went across the bridge to the Main Street and got some cold water and snacks. When I came back Elisha was feeling like a sandwich so I went to the cafe again to get toasted sandwiches. After we ate those we rested agin for a little while then we went to the beach. We lazed around on the sand and tried to drink more fluids to get some energy back. After ...
... milk straight out of a coconut, on Joaquina beach in BRASIL, with a legitimately French girl. It was stunning.
I'm so blessed to be able to have this opportunity and today was just a really nice break from all the craziness. I know this is probably getting old, but I'm just so appreciative of my friends and family just supporting me through all this and first and foremost for a God who thinks I'm cool enough to deserve crazy shiz ...
... my socially-masochistic choice to not have a Facebook has definitely put a damper on my Brasil-EUA interactions. I think it's just all that and all the emotional stress of traveling to another continent and not knowing the language well and just a lot of planning/traveling/losing things/craziness. I often have to think, "I could be having a crazy day in Floripa, Brasil, or having a completely unmemorable day at home"
All-in-all. I had ...
... were all packed to see us through. Unfortunately, as soon as we boarded at 9pm all the lights were switched out making reading impossible. Worse still, they then proceeded to play a bad Julia Roberts film in Portuguese. So we had only one option - sleep. Neither of us remember much from the trip, except waking every hour or so to move our pins and needles legs and see lightening and heavy rain out the window (knowledge of ...