Pousada Do Rio
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... a wad of disposable income to spend and expect to be able to manage some challenges that their bodies simply cannot cope with.Traveling is hard work if you are not fit or not used to intense heat,bugs,mosquito's and getting up at the crack of dawn,not to mention sudden swings in diet,different eating times,there is no routine involved and the pace on these two or three week tours on long haul trips which are becoming more and more popular amongst people of a certain ...
... an old cattle trail,Paolo taking every opportunity to grab some nearby bush to chew on.The horse felt lighter here away from the wading as if they too felt the oppressiveness of the green tunnels.It was short lived though as again we crossed a gurgling brook and plunged back into the darkness.Roots seem to jump out from no where to try and trip you up , small branches fell before me as if trying to block the path.I imagined that on your own in the dark this would be a ...
... the booking - causing it to be cancelled (such is my brilliant luck :) ). Bought a flight to Rio instead (as traveling to Salvador would mean I need to take buses down to Rio, via all the pretty towns (and at this stage the word bus gives me the shivers)) ticket for 15h40 and chilled from 11h00 to this time at a KILO RESTAURANT!!! I absolutely looovvveeee these restaurants: weight whatever food you feel like, including a selection of roast meats. So ...
... listen a shadowy object leapt halfway up the wall, the scream made sure I didn't sleep any longer. Scrambling I hit the light and there he was, an unassuming frog although he was bigger than my hand. At about 4am the horror turned to comedy as we chased a very agile frog, leaping across walls and from ceiling to floor ignoring our attempts to usher it out the door without letting the hoards of bloodthirsty mosquitoes in. I'm not convinced Karina slept again that ...
... representing a point in Jesus' walk with his cross. The whole thing is quite incredible. There were a couple of sandstone statues, salt carvings and statues, including a whole nativity scene. After the tour we watched a light show which used thousands of LED's to represent flowers, birds, butterflies, and other images. It was really well done and good fun. Then we got to watch a rather cheesy, but fun, 3D animated movie about the mine and how the salt got ...
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