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... there seems to be one on every hilltop, the higher the better – Valenca had a couple too! Then on to a second plaza where I dumped my bags & went in search of cheaper/better lodging, but failed and paid over the odds for a tiny room with no hammock.
Dashed off pronto as less than 24 hours here as booked the 11.30 fast boat to Salvador for manana – penultimate seat. Five main beaches to see but, as low tide, only the first 2 currently accessible ...
... well which is a slap of the hands and then a "touch" or "fist". Don't worry if you don't know what I'm talking about, i will be using it ALOT when I'm back so you'll have a chance to see the handshake that will be taking london by storm...lol.
The following day Max and I decided to take the sight-seeing tour bus as we were running out of time in Brazil and thought it would be a great way to see the entire city in a day. The tour bus was really cool and took ...
... Instead we got back to our hammock and swung the afternoon away watching the most dramatic lightning storm I had seen yet. The room looked out onto the sea so we had a 180 degree vew of the ocean as it was bombarded by lighting.
The following day with the sun out we set of to do some snorcoling. We took out a coano and set of for some rocks off the coast. There we tied up our coanos to a little post sticking out of a expansive shallow plane of green algy. ...
... I didnt become wolverine which would have been really cool so I decided to become caipirinha - man instead. However the plan didnt go too well, the full moon party that they had set up was not as good as I expected. Everything very expensive and full of autralians ...
... from Argentina who lived in India named Arnvishna. The Israelis love to debate everything, they love to be the boss and are masters at negotiating prices for goods and services. We arrived in the dark and with wrist band paid for and slapped on we realised we would have a mission ahead of us to get through a series of checkpoints and ride on the back of two different trucks before we would reach the campground at the beach with all our equipment. Our head ...