Quality Hotel Suites Natal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... to insert himself into our tour mostly because he wanted to practice his English. So he didn't really shut up the whole time, and insisted we eat at this restaurant without giving us much choice, and it ended up not being that great. It ends up they too get free meals for recommending guests to certain restaurants. Note to self...we should have just refused to go there and find a place of our liking. Oh well. It still was an enjoyable day of walking around, ...
... Portuguese. Our driver took us down the coastal highway, through some favelas, past the Fan Fest, and over the highway to where there were miles of sand dunes. Our driver had the three of us sit up on the back side of the buggy, and we held on for dear life as he tore through the dunes, up and down hills. It was really fun! We ended up at this pit stop where there was a small lake, and this kid came out of nowhere, came up and offered to take our picture for a tip. I obliged, ...
The morning, once again, came early but we managed to get on the road by 6:00am. The drive went smoothly and we didn't run into any traffic. Although we did run into a caravan of Uruguayans with their flags mounted on their windows. Jorge couldn't resist the temptation. He hit the gas and sped up to them. He had Bruce hang the Costa Rican flag out the window, in all it's glory! If you recall, Costa Rica didn't just beat Uruguay, they annihilated them. As ...
... a bit months of travelling and encountering no saffas, met up with two fellow South Africans, Capetonians no less!! We spotted two guys a few times in Leticia the day before we left, buying hammocks and supplies. We assumed they were Australian, and chances are they normally would be. So with that assumed knowledge tucked safely away we carried on with our own preparations for leaving Colombia.
Leticia is a river town in southern Colombia, it borders Brazil ...