- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We arrived in Salvador under cloudy skies...the day before it was smok'in hot. Arrival approx 2pm. I started 'watching' the Seahawks game on NFL.Com...you get great graphics and info but delayed...quite painful. After spending a couple of hours doing this, and with the game as close as it was we decided to listen to the end...another sad ending! Now, it was dark...we went to the front of the terminal where we were greeted ...
... hmmm, similar a little bit to sorbet, but not as frozen. Very smooth with bananas and granola. Yummy! I talked some with my American friend and, over time, about 10 more people somehow joined us at our table. By this time, I was exhausted. We went back to the house and there we're some friend's of the Rosaneli's there, the people whose house we watched the soccer game at, and also bolo de cenoura, which is carrot cake, but not at all like American carrot cake. I was so ...
... rain gear to northeastern Brazil in June. Or maybe a canoe.
No matter how long you hang your clothes up for in Natal, Manaus or Recife, they won’t ever dry.
Just because your hostel has two burners available for guests to cook on doesn’t mean they actually work
If your flight is delayed in Brazil, it’s likely for some bizarre reason, like that the catering truck got stuck to the airplane
Good thing I enjoy my own company! Thanks to the changed itinerary of this 'World Cup Cruise', we now have five consecutive days at sea. With my propensity for boredom and limited attention span, this is proving a challenge. However, it has inspired me to attend the early morning stretch classes, followed by some of my yoga then breakfast. The gym has a 'friendly' set of scales - I've been weighing myself (haven't put on weight, that's a good thing ...
... there were very little people around and even after a wander down the streets it seemed we had missed most of the parades so we retired to bed.
The next morning we headed out to the streets once more to see what was waiting to be discovered in the area surrounding our hostel. The streets were filled with partied out locals, some laying on the pavements, some even in the road asleep and completely oblivious to the lunchtime mass of people or the blistering ...