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... is okay. Its expensive though and for many things you have to pay extra and it is right next to a over polluted city river so the whole area has a really bad smell and tons of mosquitos. It was empty as well and again I wished to go back to the calm beach life.
The next day I wanted to go to a highly recommended beach called "porto de galinhas" but you have to go early and I slept long so it didn't work out. I met Eduardo then in the hostel. He is from "Ribeirao Preto" ...
... with the flow; overall though given the choice it’s a got to do so it’s a no brainer.
After returning to the ship to freshen up and have bite to eat we set out again taking the shuttle bus into the centre to do our own thing. We took in the local parks, Governors palace, Palace du Justice, as well as the local street vendors selling everything from sellotape, batteries and paintings to tropical fish ...
... own lyrics. gosh, thats what ill miss about my times with emily.
during the day, olinda streets. at night recife antigua. olinda is a smaller town just outside recife and during the day just streets and streets full of people in costumes, drinking, dancing, bands marching, big puppets on sticks, and a huge chicken.
there my camera was lost to a lucky someone who now has beautiful pictures of emily and i ...
Recife, the Northeastīs second-largest city, appears rather dull at first, but itīs lent a colonial grace and elegance by Olinda, considered part of the same conurbation that is 6km to the north.
We did make it through the five days at sea!
The five days were all sunny and at least 28 degrees each day.
We hope that the snow has stopped for you back in England!!
... the wealth of the Catholic Church in Portugal and in its colonies.
We went from Olinda to the beach area of Recife. High-rise buildings of stunning architectural design population the wide boulevard across from the beach. Along the beach was a walkway and bicycle path, with frequent bus stations and benches. The beach goes for miles and, even though this was a weekday, had a goodly number of people enjoying it. Indeed, this was the Brazil of my ...