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Travel Blogs from Maceio
... through! Along with Richard & Paul, I managed to perfectly time my packing down with a complete break in the weather, before it started again. So although the flysheet was wet the inner remained mainly dry.
Shortly after set off on our way. After the first truck-stop I joined Adam in the front of the truck & 'helped' navigate whilst chatting the world away. Found out lots about Adam & the business. The front of ...
... city, or the old town, was nothing special.
We spent time on Praia Sete Coqueiros, a large white strand beach with beautiful blue water
protected by many reefs. It is one of the main city beaches with lots of activities and hotels.
people said it is beautiful.
i do not share this opinion. a hot, ugly town with polluted beaches and strange social behaviours with a touch of fear in the air.
outside of maceio you can find the jewels, of course.
stayed as short as possible and met a wonderful woman, selling her art on the beachfront pedestrian walk.
um grande abrašo.
... beer and Caipirinha (a Brazilian drink made by muddling limes, sugar and Cachaša, Brazil's most common distilled alcoholic beverage). There was a very interesting waiter that befriended both Gene and Daniel. He seemed to shy away from Angela and I. :-) It was a very nice ...
... rushed us to the counter, got us checked in and personally took our bags out to the gate to be loaded on the plane. After a bus ride out to the plane, we were safely tucked in our seats. The flight to Salvador was about 2 hours. We landed and had about 2-1/2 hour lay over there. There's not much to the airport in Salvador, so we found ourselves seats and sat and read until it was ...