Pousada Toca Da Coruja
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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 ...
... the Netherlands lose to Argentina and then we watched an episode of Sherlock.
Thursday was the day of my flight and I was feeling fine, a little teary, before I went to the gym to work out for the last time. I bought them some sweet treats for breakfast. During the beginning of my workout I got a severe headache that made me quit early. We took pictures and I stopped by the bakery again to get something for the family. By the time, I got home I ...
... English speaker asked to take our pictures when we stopped off at this vista point. And you'll never guess what happens next....illusion photo posing time! Here I thought the coke can kid was so creative! Ends up, this is a thing here! So once again I have a slue of photos of Mark looking like a giant and crushing us and me looking like Tinker Bell in Bruce's hand. Ok funny...very creative...enough with the illusion photos! We did one final stop on our way home for ...
... kind of comforts one needs on the beach, like food and cold drinks. Tuff turf for these guys but the beach at the bottom was priceless so the 150+ stairs up and down commute still beats the M1 in my book. One fellow was at the top with his heavy bag of coconuts about to set off down the goat track when the bag gave way and half a dozen of his cold drinks rolled down the cliff face. Its interesting some words are the same in Portuguese as in English...
... wearing USA gear, so the locals were probably so relieved we weren't calling them "Ree-als" they just politely let it slide. Our driver shows up and he was an extremely large man. I was quite impressed that he was so agile getting in and out of the buggy. He only spoke Portuguese so Bruce and Mark had to attempt the communication with him, but he was very friendly and jolly. He obviously loved what he did and we found out soon enough he is also quite good at it too. Side note on ...