Vila Rica Belem Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the purple suco do açaí. Refeições, where all kind of meals are served, frutas e legumas, evident, and roupas, clothes and shoes. There is also a section I forgot the name of where one can buy little bottles of parfume, I chose Patchouli ;-) that was a long time ago since I smelled Patchouli ;-)
Passed the market one reaches a lovely blue fish market, and then the old little harbour full of colourful boats. Then some ruins of a ...
... of crucifixes. At one point you turned a corner into a smaller room and right in the middle was basically a glass casket with a life-size sculpture of Jesus laying in it all bloody, it was beyond creepy, I got out of that room fast. One of the ladies leaned over to me and said, "This is not sacred art for atheists." I said, “No, nope it’s definitely not that.” Our next stop was called the Museum of Gems. I was totally in awe at this ...
... at 15.45 (20.45 in Europe): everyone is watching the European football cup. In Brazil, soccer is a religion! Even if the seleção does not play, people are in front of a tv screen as soon as futebol is on, wherever they are, ie in restaurants, on the pavement, in a bus terminal or even in a parked ...
... edge of our campsite.
Woke up in the morning and took a swim to greet the day. The cloudy river water is warm and bath like. The current was strong with the tide going out and the waves were growing. After the swim we walked to buy some bread and butter for breakfast and headed back to the "campsite" (bar) to eat. We started to pack up camp so I helped take down the tents and then took some pictures and hung out while everyone got ready to go. I ...
... was forced to make my life a hammock as contracting a nasty ferry virus placed me in the toilet. When making the climb back up the stairs, back to my beloved hammock, I lost my vision and nearly passed out. More visits to the thunder box and finally back to the hammock, for me for the next two days, life was a hammock.
After the sixth night in a hammock, uncomfortable, cold and coping several kicks to the head and side, the lights ...