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... our tickets for the boat to the island. It was supposed to be an hour and a half but ran to just over 2. The boat was one of the slower boats taken by locals and also how lots of things on the island are transported there. We climbed into the boat which was packed with people; luggage and strawberries. We settled in for the ride which was slow but not very choppy as it was mainly through a river delta. Both of us were lulled into a sleepy mood with the gentle rocking. We ...
... from the manager as he had heard what had happened and didn’t want us to think all the islanders were the same.
Day six. Our last day on the island. We decided we had had enough adventure by this point and booked the expensive, door to door service off the island. The day wasn’t wasted though, we managed to squeeze in a few last hours of sunbathing and lolloping before catching the very bumpy ferry back to Salvador to then catch our flight back to ...
... Maybe it was a crab, or hopefully it was a crab seen as I stuck my nose so far down the hole to try and see with my flash that if it was a spider I'm lucky it didn't jump out and bite me! Either way it was big and it was scary, I swiftly moved on!
Ricardo asked me this morning as we walked if I miss home and why I had chosen to come so far away... His question has troubled me ever since! And his reaction to my answer... There is ...
... he was absolutely bloody AWFUL; it sounded like he was playing it on his head whilst underwater or something.
Still, the menu looked good so I swallowed my musical snobbery and agreed to take a seat.
We then saw that this terrible musician was in fact.... our friend Marcus! Thankfully his English and local knowledge was better than his guitar ...
Somebody played a terrible trick on us. We fell asleep on the plane for, like, 4 hours and they go and land it in Birmingham! Seriously - pollution, unintelligible language, misery inducing tower blocks stretching as far as the eye can see - itīs everything I imagined Birmingham to be. Fortunately, itīs only 1 hour in a plane from Birmingham to Rio, which was a great relief for ...