Praiano Palace Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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New place new friends. Fortaleza was cool because right when I got there we went out. Some Chileans brought a big bottle of pisco and before you know it we all were riding happy on the way to pink elephant. It's a popular expensive night club they have here in Brazil. Anyways the next several days it was pretty much the same. Fortaleza to me seems a little rough and unsafe. I'll admit I had a good time here and my portuguese is getting ...
... Brazilian singing whilst being anxious throughout and whilst locally it will only ever be remembered for the match Naymar got injured for me it will forever be the match that I remember the World Cup by and to help cement the emotion and culture that surrounds football in Brazil. We had a quieter day yesterday watching the football in Bar's and restaurants on the beach front with the Holland Costa Rica game being fun. We were in ...
... the bar with the samba musicians and were asked by a Brazilian broadcaster to show us our celebratory samba skills. Somewhat embarrassed as A) we can't samba and B) we aren't Dutch, we nonetheless gave it a go much to everyone's amusement. And we have no idea where that aired! Later we headed into town and after another pulled pork baguette we got in our car to another remote resort - this time Canoa Quebrada - a few hours South of Fortaleza. We checked into Villa ...
Travelled to Fortaleza today, has been a rough day.. Our flight from Manaus to Forteza had one stop over in Belen however we didn't have to leave the plane which was so mint. We also bumped into Simon Harrison, a dude that went to Uni in Wellington. He was travelling with his family and was randomly on the same airport leaving at the same time and on the same plane as ...
... high, the first half was time I’ll never get back again and unlike the Comedy Channel, it was time dreadfully wasted. The West Africans were no better contributors to our entertainment despite being the stadium’s emotional favourites. Largely down to the appearance of that old “Chelski” striker Didier Drogba or Drog-E-Baa as the Portuguese announcers call him. It’s confirmed he’s now past his shelf life. Tied at ...