Praia Mar Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to the airport was horrific. Lines of cars were queuing the full length of every road we travelled on. Luckily we arrived on time - just. We had roughly 5 minutes before check in closed and we were on the plane within 15 minutes of finishing the check in process. We arrived to our destination at roughly 10 pm and we all had barely any food all day (the flight meal consisted of crackers ...
... through the highway created by the enclosed island.The beach was huge and the sand ultra fine ,a result of the huge tidal fluctuations which are 5km long.Unfortunately no kite surfers were out,being a Monday the beach was deserted only a lonesome surfer trying in vain to catch some of the rip.
Pedro took me back to the guest house,he will be joining me over the next two days as we head off to Lencois.Today I met Barrack Obama and what a nice guy he is!
My first week here is over. Its been a great week! But the most I've done is pretty much go to Portuguese lesson all afternoon and sleep all morning. The food here is great! I've had sun meat, bull, chicken, every meat! Everyone comes home around 12 to eat lunch together, then everyone naps. I don't, I just stay on Facebook. :P
I've been to the bank and a ...
... customary quick walk around the historical centre and a lot of the old buildings have been restored and are being used as shops and restaurants so it has the feeling of a real town rather than a museum, although one museum which we wanted to see, as it has the best preserved whipping post in Brazil, we couldn’t find.
One evening there was supposedly live reggae music at one of the bars, Sao Luis is the “Reggae ...
1. You could get hit on by one of the staff on the bus who takes a seat next to you and inspects your fingers for any sign of a ring forcing you to explain to him in your best Portuguese (which is basically really bad Spanish combined with sloooowww, en-oun-ci-a-ted English) that you do in fact have a fiancÚ and he's meeting you in Imperatriz.
When aforementioned staff member fetches his pillow and blanket and sits next to ...