Seara Praia Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... good, especially for a hostel. each night provides two options and as me and Paul couldn't decide which to have, we ordered both and had half each. Jens had told us that tonight there was going to be a big party with Swedish music and plenty of Swedish people (much to the boys delight) so we all had pre drinks at the hostel and caught the bus to Lagoa which is where all of the bars were, but not before I managed to walk into the bus stop and then into a huge puddle ...
... what I read online and decided to keep searching. We tried every travel agent in the town about booking a ticket but not a single place sold bus tickets. How does a capital city not have the ability to purchase bus tickets for tourists online but can easily book flights to anywhere in the world in just a few minutes? To make it worse, nearly every travel agent has signs on their stores with buses there next to the plane pictures advertising they do ...
... supplied, we cooked up own eggs and muesli with fruit to go with it and have a proper start to the day. We decided to stay away from the heat and sun during the peak heat hours pre midday so we made our way to the Centro Mercado. We struck some bargains on the way as Leesh found some small market vendors selling exercise tights and bras for $4-10 and $2 sport bras, $10 denim shorts and I managed to snag a $4 pair of boardies. Good start. But ...
... and tried walking in the shade as much as we could before arriving, retreating for the shower and air con and crashing out for a quick arvo siesta. The heat eased a bit around 1645 so we head out to the beach again and did some people watching until we watched a beautiful sunset. Seeing sunset along the water with palm trees that backed into a skyscraper city was new for us, but nonetheless awesome. On then way back to the hostel, Leesh got an Ašai bowl ...
... of the Rising") ‘The problem with the name Fort Schoonenborch is that there are too many sh- sounds!’ declared a spokesman. However not long after it was realised the new name was also a bit of a mouthful so was shortened to Fortaleza as we know it today. It wasn’t until 1726 that this city got recognition as a village. Today it is Brazil’s 5th largest city with a population of just over 2.5 million
Called the "City of ...