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I will write about this as soon as it happens Okay I didn't do that much because it rained all the time. In the end we went to the same bar every night. It was fun but this town can get boring very fast. Beaches are beautiful an I did chill with some brazilian chicks for the whole day swimming and laying on the ...
... impressive sight but any comparison to football meant the boys were soon ready to move on to get some more time on the beach. Lunch by a lakeside and swim rounded out a great excursion of the Spokeses.
All good VIP holidays come to an end and watching the sunset on our last night was the finale. Whilst we didn't recognise much of the sleepy little place we visited last time, we were glad we 'went back' to one of the places we said 'we will have to go back there'.
After spending every day watching football at the fanfest in Recife and experiencing a lot of rain, I wanted to see Pipa which is supposed to have one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil. I got on the bus to Joa Pessoa, changed there for the bus to Natal and then got dropped of at a gas station on the highway from where I found my way to Goianinha by foot in the dark and got on the local minibus to Pipa. Overall it was an 8 hour trip but worth it. The beaches ...
... of the dunes because we were going too fast and hanging on tight with both hands. After this we visited an enormous Cashew Nut tree. It is the largest in the world. It is called Cajueiro in Portuguese. It was a very long day seeing many things I had never seen before.
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... that was going to decide who goes through, Italy or Uruguay. They would have to have a miracle game to go through. If you read some of my earlier posts, you can probably assume who I was routing for. Timi and I were going to see Diego Forlan in person! We were all for Uruguay (mostly for our man, Diego, but seeing Italy loose a second time, would be a bonus!). We got to the stadium in plenty of time, and this time Uruguay fans seemed to be the most dominant ...