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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... town’ in somewhat of a circle we unfortunately overshot our café and before we knew it, we were back in front to the elevator. At the bottom of the elevator across the main road is an indoor market (Mercado Modelo) This was full of the usual trinkets associated with tourism from weird looking musical instruments to foodstuff that to look at you wouldn’t even feed to you goldfish or pet hamster!! I was a man on a mission. I had a shopping list. The first ...
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... rabbits in cages and ready to be eaten was a little odd; to top things off there were two or three peacocks perched on top of the cages. Next up was a stop at a beach where we were made to have a photo with a girl in a bikini by our driver, none of us complained, but none of us had a clue what was going on. The day was rounded off by a visit to another church nearer to our hostel, we were guided round by an elderly man no taller than 5 foot and with only one visible, ...
... at the yearbook, reliving lots of memories. We talked about everyone back home and I gave them updates. We talked about Erin and her volleyball career, Connor and the soccer team, the Netters, the Koomens, all the soccer boys, Jacki, Shayla, and everyone from church, my family, Marissa, Fabio, Gabriele, teachers, and everyone back home. Diogo showed me his school books and we talked about preparing for big tests. He showed me some photos he took, and I showed him ...
... tried a lot of the food such as acaraje and abara which is a fried/leaf-wrapped ball of mashed black eyed peas served with ridiculously spicy sauce and a shrimp paste. We also had maqueca, a coconut fish stew, at Master Hawk's place, ate grilled cheese on a stick on the beach, peanuts boiled in their shells and some delicious fried fish, sold to us by a young guy who wanted to know a) if we were religious and b) if we were heterosexual. He wasn't impressed with either of ...