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... South America. So amongst the rain each day I'd try to get at least 10,000 steps in and wander the streets, umbrella in hand, but the slower pace also gave me time to gather some of my observations so far of Brazil. 1. I guess this one has provided the biggest challenge, only 1 in about 25 people speak English so at times it has been a real challenge making myself understood. Thank goodness for modern technology and the iPhone. Without my translater and ...
... branch (Thrifty) where
neither of the two people at the airport could speak English. Luckily, our kind
English speaking hosts met us at the airport and translated for us and Thrifty
at the car rental office, otherwise we would have been in real difficulty!
Around where we are
We only got lost once ...
Florianopolis was coming to an end fast. We were far more sad to be leaving than we had been when Sayulita had come to an end. Here we had a loving small family, a room we called home, friends, dinners and BBQ's with people that we wanted to be with. We even considered shortening our stay in Rio to have just one more day at the Sharehouse. In the end, flights were beyond reasonably priced, so we boarded a coach at 1700 that would bring us to Rio de Janeiro a mere 22 hours later.
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... of Brazil, chilling on beaches during the day, and hopefully doing some surfing if the waves ever show up! Tomorrow is the day we reckon. Anyway, I know this first blog has been a little bitty, but I'm going to do it every three days minimum, more if I can. So keep up to date, and hopefully my writing will improve. If not, I'll just regale you with more tales of drunken derring-do, that'll be great! Much love Joe, Rob and ...