Pousada Dos Gravatas
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... in such an exotic place. Much hilarity again whilst posing for the mandatory photos with the life sized bronze Bardot statue. Met a Jamaican couple Heather and Tommy who we have seen on board, who told us “of course it had to be you lot joking around and creating so much noise and laughter!”
That night we celebrated our dear friend Denises birthday which we were sad to miss – Pino Colados as requested Denise, hope you had a great ...
Got the bus to Armação dos Buzios to meet Hannah and Gabriel who are on holiday there with Hannah's family. Brazil is bloody expensive, more than London! Unfortunately we have realised our 'Brazil' book is from 2006, so all we read about the bargain prices is actually totally out of date and to buy the most basic meal like cheese sandwich is about £7! "You'll never go hungry in Brazil!" the book ...
... I forget where. I think one of the very best things about brazil and what I will miss the most besides the people are these lanchonettes. And yes, I love guaraviton, guaravita, guarana anything. I even like Matte Leon - which I could sell too. If you want to go into business together, let me know. We could be rich. In case nobody saw it, Therician posted a comment on one of the pictures (btw, if you click on a picture you can see a ...
... shocking things. John´s neck is getting sore from it whipping around so often to do a double take. Anyway, I believe we left there at about 3:30am. That was an early night. Last night we had our $180US tickets to the Sambadrome. Basically it is different samba schools showing off their stuff. Last night there were 7 schools (the event goes from 7pm - 7am). They each get something like 60-80 minutes, then there is about a 20 minute ...
... we´d stop at some truck stop in the middle of nowhere. We had no idea where we were and nobody could speak English so it just became a case of point at what you thought looked edible. We´ve managed to learn 1 word of Portugese - "Obrigado" which means thanks but most of the time we just look at them with blank expressions and go "No Portugesio" - a word I just made ...