Tulip Inn Bellagio
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... around. If this was in England I guarantee the water would never encounter a child smashing into its surface from a rope swing or provide the amenities of a first swimming lesson. The only ripples would be from birds searching for their lunch whilst the children would be inside demanding theirs from their mother whilst they sit in front of a television screen. This is the way of life. What stands out to me more than anything else was the layout of these tiny villages ...
Yes, I forgot a blog last week. Yes, this is coming out on Monday, not Saturday. On Facebook I haven't been posting facts everyday. YES I KNOW I AM STARTING TO SLACK! I have been busy and tired, so I fall sleep with out posting. And I haven't really be doing different things. So I will recap what has happened in these past too weeks!
I got a package of stuff from my family. It had pretzels, a pickle, candy, etc. Also ...
... always it took another 2 hours until they organized a ball and enough players but finally we started playing soccer. And it was maybe the worst game I ever witnessed and participated the same time. They played so bad and it was almost funny to watch the whole scenario and the high gras und the hundred ants who got on your feet with their burning acid couldn't make me forget about the poor game, unluckily. So even more frustrated we went home and I was like, yeah I am ...
... to the newer part of town, a wannabe metropolis where buildings are modern, and public spaces less desolate at night. But that would be missing the point of being in Sao Luis, and its beguiling, laidback charm, of days aimlessly wandering around the old port city, of nights swaying to music played right under your window.
We did not do much during our 2 afternoons, thwarted by the ...
... who insisted on playing his music out loud for all to hear. Thankfully this bus company gave us a survival pack of food, a pillow and a blanket, awesome. We hadn’t managed to buy any food or water but thankfully the bus had a load of water at the back, so we were completely sorted until I threw up at 1 am. The dodgy stomach that had plagued me was still hammering my insides.
We arrived in Olinda and went to a ...