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... and went over to the town where Graeme and Hillary are staying, but I didn’t know the name of their hostel. I was waiting to hear from them, so I went to Subway for lunch because I knew that was near their hostel. I hoped maybe I would see them walk by or something, but I never did. After about an hour of waiting at Subway, I headed down to the lakes and hung out on the shore for a while. Since I had my bags with me, I was a bit limited as to where ...
... and then down the other side. It wouldn’t have been bad at all, if it weren’t for the sweltering heat and the sun beating straight down on me.
It took about 35 minutes to walk to the beach and I got there at the same time as my Canadian friends. Much like yesterday, we hung out on the beach for a few hours, and I tried to avoid getting sunburnt as much as possible. ...
... but because it’s the week before the Super Bowl, no one wants to talk about anything else.
At about noon I headed out and walked down to the Barra da Lagoa beach and met Graeme and Hillary there. The beach is pretty long, and was quite busy considering it is a Monday, but I guess all the kids are on summer holiday down here, so that ...
... a little Spanish, so I’ve been able to communicate with her that way. Whoever told me that Spanish and Portuguese are very similar must have been joking, because they are absolutely not similar at all. Completely different languages, especially the spoken language.
I got into the room and immediately turned the A/C on to “freezing” and then took the coldest shower possible. It ...
Despite overnight rain, actually turned out to be a sunny morning,
so headed off to make the most of it, first to Lagoa town. Went to the Black
Swan, a pub run by a Londoner, hoping for a FEB – unfortunately discontinued
for lack of interest and ingredients, but did have some Brit beers on tap.
Decided on the famous gelato instead, only to find it doesn’t
open til gone midday so started the hunt for a decent coffee lakeside ...