Pousada Villa Boa Vista
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... ticket offices and no information as there really is not many buses in and out. Along the walk back, we saw a few minivans passing with Goianinha written on them. We asked a local what they wee and he said every 10 minutes leave to Goianinha. Sweet. So we hooked back to the hostel, said goodbye to Oli and made our way back to the main street and hope the guy told us the right information. Within a minute, a van with the dolphin logo was ...
... of the sand dunes that make Natal so famous. We were excited to experience a very different beat and rhythm in Natal. Natal clearly embraced the World Cup far more than the city of Recife. The roads were lined with flags of all the participating countries. World Cup signs were everywhere. And there was a world cup excitement in the air that reverberated around the city regardless of locals or visitors. The first stop was to pick up ...
... his position as Holdsworth brother number 1, moving up the queue to talk to some Brazilians, we all swiftly followed as the entrance grew nearer and the British music more enticing. With the entrance now only a few feet away, Junior Lewis disappeared into the club as the three of us chatted to locals who all spoke very good English. Grafite took it upon himself to follow my lead and create a new fake career for himself, an English teacher to famous ...
... volume had yet to be pumped up!
The real feel, and vibe, and soul of the World Cup wasn't felt until the very first live match that we saw in Recife - the Ivory Coast versus Japan match. Talk about the volume being pumped up! It was a night game - 10pm kick-off. We followed the suggestions of arriving 2-3 hours before hand. Warren, whom I dubbed our minister of game day transportation, had it ...
... then occasionally going into splits, all while maintaining the feverish pace of up and down. You may have to see it to believe it.
After learning about frevo this last summer, when I attended California Brazil Camp and where I first met Spok, I had been listening to frevo religiously. As I heard the songs I knew, I couldn't help from crying! ...