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... shots that were set alight, teaching Brazilians (who spoke no English) international drinking rules, smashing what turned out to be a Brazilian Policeman's drink, twice and meeting a guy who was adamant he was Rachel's future husband, a 6ft 6ish basketball player from Rio who spent the evening calling me his sister-in-law and has decided that the wedding will be in 2 years time and will have lots of Samba....... So save the date ...
Had to get the old sock out to brew the morning coffee and supplement
from the local bakery before heading off to see the fort – had failed to read
the dire warnings from LP re. walking there, so did and had no problems. Still,
me and the whole town were there so little chance to get away with anything.
... reduction! Drove me and mute English speaking son, to totally
plastered friend’s place with music blaring out – no way, Jose, so we kept
driving around until a tip off from another hostel came up trumps – a nice flat
with kitchen but twice the price.
There was a little local bar nearby with well priced Bohemia
and wonderful chicken cozhinos so settled in pretty quickly.
... I was fortunate enough to have full use of a comfortable villa near a very popular resort called Pirangi Sul, I was close to the largest cashew nut tree in the world take a look, <a href="http://www.unbelievable-facts.com /2013/05/thousand-year-old-worlds-large st-cashew_12.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.unbelievab le-facts.com/2013/05/thousand-year-old- ...
... thanks to a goal from our friend Graham Zusi on the USA team, it put Mexico through and knocked Panama out! The Mexico team got raked over the coals in the press and with fans, with people stating that it is a miracle that Mexico is through and it was not because of the Mexico team. It is USA we have to thank. From that point on, throughout Mexico Zusi was deemed "San Zusi" (Saint Zusi). So all of us wore tee shirts that said "San Zusi" on the back and had ...