Pousada Farol das Tartarugas
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... where I speak of for next summer, but also the UK, the Netherlands, and Finland to name a few).) Nati and I talked today about me coming to a school by them for when I study abroad, and I quite really like that idea. I want to see the world, but they are a HUGE part of my world, and I have a whole life ahead of me to go to other places. And to visit them, but still. As great as places are, it's the people in them that really make ...
... soon got to Praia do Forte, which had lots of awesome shopping and restaurants and stands and cool things on one side of the street, while the other had a river and reeds and trees and natureeee. It was great. We took a ton of pictures! And then is started raining. Downpouring actually. So we ran for cover in a store. When it died down a little, we drove over to a different area and parked the car. Here was a big shopping area that felt a little more familiar for ...
... the sentence which included me dancing in the reception area, we did manage it in the end and I climbed the stairs to my room with the sound of four girls laughing in the lobby!
Recovering from my two hour collapse in the hammock i managed to get myself up to go into town for dinner.My appetite has been non existent over the last week due to the heat and I am losing weight that I don't really want to lose.I mentioned earlier in another chapter that ...
... models on the motorway. We got off the bus and it was like a paradise resort, shops everywhere in wooden huts with palm trees dotted around. After walking about 300m we reached the beach. It was more like a harbour with people crammed under parasols. We carried on walking to find the Tammer, the turtle sanctuary. We paid the R$16 admission and went in not knowing what to expect. There were turtles ...
... evening watching at the turtle project as they uncovered several nests and showed the little baby hatchings and their shells. These were loggerhead turtles, bringing our turtle viewing up to three species.
We also were amused by the number of kids running around in frightning masks and plastic garbage bag capes -- apparently this is part of a Carnival tradition of some sort.