Pousada Vida Sol e Mar
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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A wet and windy night and morning stymied any chance of a boat trip to Isla Campeche to snorkel in the clear calm waters and see some of the multitude of geometrical petroglyphs. Late morning I gave up on it and took the bus to the next settlement past Pantano do Sul - the bus driver was another crazy – now I know why all the cyclists go against the traffic and even on the pavements.
Walked back along the wide, windy and wavy beach with ...
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Claire fell to the floor clutching her leg, screaming in pain and turned a deathly white colour. The snakes venom was shutting her body down and it would only be minutes before the poison stopped Claire's respiratory muscles. Fortunately, back on the 4th May 2014 Claire decided to marry a paramedic named David ...
... to experience all of them...at least once. There are always a lot of backpackers at every hostel and they can be a lot of fun to hang out with and talk to but sometimes the drinking and the ignorance can really cross the line. Yea, you can say you have traveled to Brazil, Argentina, etc, and you can learn a lot of wonderful things but it is just important to respect the locals and represent your own country somewhat well. ...
... telling me to "make myself at home".
It was nice to wake up with someone else at 5.40 in the morning, watch the sunset and surf uncrowded waves. Finally some photographic evidence of my new morning routine. Johannes is a cool guy, with an appreciation for enjoying the moment like I. I remember him coming back from a session in the surf, where like me, he had a hard time getting out the back. He then went on to explain how ...
... follwed. I had to get the **** out of there. I don't want to die just yet, I still had months of exploring ahead of me.
I snapped my head over the left shoulder, to see a local looking in the same direction with a proud smile slapped on his face. Cupping my hands together with a wide eyed expression, I motioned a fin, alternating my thumb up and down. As if to ask him if itīs safe to stay or should I go. He smiled, turned his thumb up and continued waiting for the ...