- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... as I could
handle. No men in lederhosen to keep me amused unfortunately though one couple
clad in traditional costume were belting out German songs.
Torrential downpours kept me confined to barracks for most
of the rest of the day, tried to dry out all my rain and sweat stuff with the
fan on max!
... now have
more of an excuse to speed – they don’t slow down for the massive puddles and
are happy to soak pavement people.
Happily it didn’t drag on too long and I could nip to the
super for grub having decided against the 59 real a kilo Cafehaus Gloria spread
– a small plate seemed to cost around £4, drinks were extra and neither looked
worth the money.
... as an eco island, though on the way to the several bars & restaurants, you can hear both the music and the generator thumping away. Overpriced (despite me negotiating a 30% discount) walk to see some indistinct petroglyphs and a view of nothing. Did see a couple of iguanas & a snake quickly slithered from the path – all the reptiles, like me, are out sunbathing today after all the rainy days.
On the boat back, met the ...
... Shame about the big oyster farm blotting the landscape. Still drizzling and after 9km of walking, decided to seek lunch – at over £4 just for a plate of chips, stuck with a beer.
Surprisingly there were actually buses today but, as ever, no-one knew the times so decided to head to a major junction and try and hitch. After a 20 min walk, then a 15 min fruitless attempt to hitch, returned to the bus stop where some kind local lads stopped and took ...
... 8211; it was horrible and better options full or too pricey. Finally returned to Lagoinhas, on the headland even more sheltered than Bomb’, to a place I’d seen yesterday and spoke to the boss and got the price down by 75 reals a night but still double my max!!
The rain didn’t get really heavy until I’d shifted my gear and christened the loo with a view – it goes both ways so passing boats can get a butt’s eye view ...