Tulip Inn Batista Campos
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... the past couple of days went better than expected though and we both managed to sleep more than we thought we would. Travelling by bus has also given us the chance to see more of the landscape and the countryside here, so we're seriously considering doing more of that.
The last evening in Recife we passed the beach Boa Viagem, took a cruise on the river and walked around the old part of town with Pedro and his mother. We ...
... so many on my travels and I only expect to meet more. I gathered my things and then walked (limped) to the port with Liz, Matias, and Juanma. We boarded our boat and found spots to set up our hammocks. I was excited for this part. I love my Eno hammock and haven't been using it enough. Pretty sure I'm the only one on the boat with a pack hammock (it fits in a pouch the size of a softball); most people use handwoven hammocks that they buy for 30 or 40 reals and ...
... where they brought you unlimited local beer and put on a buffet. Every time you put down an empty glass they were there with a full one. Very nice to relax by the river
The rest of the time in Belem was spent getting ready for the boat trip. Lots of panic buying, as no-one is sure what will be available on the boat. Marcus, Nick and Anthony seem to have gone well overboard, I've no idea how they will manage to carry all that stuff onto the ...
... The first version of the insurance policy I sent didn’t have the geographic extent of coverage (South America down to Antarctica) so I had send them a second pdf file with the complete policy – some 25 pages.
4. Pilot (crew) passport
5. Pilot (crew) pilot’s certificate (both sides)
6. Pilot (crew) medical certificate (both sides)
Page 2 of the form has a place where you ...
... I spent half the day in bed...
Belem is a big and hot city where it rains nearly everyday (no, it's not
like Hamburg, the showers are usually short and also they are a welcome
cool down...). The centre has some pretty buildings but there is a constant stench of I don't know what smell in the air.
Similar to many cities in Brazil Belem boasts a great number of high rise buildings. Whilst you might see donkeys on the outskirts ...