Hotel Porto Ingleses
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... that I don't mind travelling with them as Brazil is blatantly not a place for solo travellers. As the dishes were for two we agreed on five to share and the food was phenomenal, if only I could remember the name of the restaurant. It was in Portuguese so even if I could remember, it's highly unlikely that I could write it down! After dinner we had already consumed a few beers so we all had the taste to continue on with the night so in what is becoming to be ...
... visit you are going to love it mi was thinking of you today and I am so happy you are coming you will fall in love with it. I stayed until 5 pm and then got a bus back. I bumped into the 4 English girls in the supermarket, they have moved to this part of the island too. I then cooked a curry for myself and now am just doing jobs on my iPad. I need to sort out my next plans. I am here for 2 more nights. That's all I know for now. I'll keep you ...
... I really lost my temper, got my freaky finger out and told her to "TRAN-QUI-LO". Luckily for me, the girls also have short girl syndrome, so were more furious than me! The girl backed off, but it was the only down point I had in my whole time in Brazil. Having worked ***********trol my emotions, this person allowed me to get really angry. But, it's forgotten and life is back to ...
... and irresistible young local man who not shared the sunrise with me, but also showed me a glimpse into his life and the cities history. We embraced each others company on the softest beach my body has ever felt. The cool, lush breeze from the mid-night ocean waves and warm temperatures in the air turned this night into an unforgetable experience of ecstasy, lust and the memorable joys of a young traveling life.
Our final event of the magnificent town was attending a ...
... landing after some bad weather. I taxied back on the runway while a TAM commercial jet was taxiing to the threshold to turn around for takeoff. I’m getting used to operations with no parallel taxiway. Again, I had an Infraero guy marshal to a parking spot, the fuel truck was there in 10 minutes, and an air-conditioned shuttle waited to take me the short distance to the terminal. If I had a handler, I really ...