Portobello Ondina Praia Hotel
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... holy place more like a Christmas grotto and less like a refuge for a holy order of monks!! After our respite from the sun, we walked some more, we followed the sound of the drums until we came to a small terraced building. As we peered in, we saw a bare table with six to eight young musicians sat around beating varying sizes of drums and striking up quite a repetitive, if not mesmerising, rhythm. Outside some bare chested youths wearing long white trousers were moving ...
... the high quality, good service and good atmosphere remain the same.
- Maria Mata ...
... of the stadium, being the last ones in our section and then headed to meet Grafite and Tony Tony who were equally as merry following a lot of beers.
Tony Tony headed out to have some beans and watch some live music at a restaurant whilst the four of us planned to have a night out, we attempted to go to a couple of clubs but with the amount of people out on the street we were happy to stay out there and mingle with locals and other tourists. Grafite got chatting ...
... awesome.I also got to meet the Rosaneli's dog, Lola. We're already best friends. I've always wanted a dog and now I get one for a month! She's actually an outside dog. Most dogs in Brazil are I guess, because it's always nice outside. She's great though, totally open to cuddling :) After we showered to get the chlorine off, a boy came by the house and said hi. At the time, Nati was changing, So I answered him. He was a little confused with who I was. But he just asked ...
... sitting having a beer. This resulted in an unsolicited massage potentially costing R$10. Luckily Kes got it down to small change. One night we watched a drunken, annoying Ukranian guy get into an argument with a street seller. The owner of the restaurant we were at, with dreadlocks down to his ankles, was full of advice for us on avoiding such trouble. His mantra was, "Be cunning, slick and sly like a fox". The best bit however was his name - Master Hawk. Kes thought he'd ...