Vila Gale Mares
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
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... swim. You don't need a snorkel to see them, but can just splash around in the water with them. After a couple of hours on the beach, we watched the afternoon game at the same open-air beach restaurant.
Then, the highlight of our time in Praia do Forte: visiting the sea turtles at Projeto Tamar. Projeto Tamar is Brazil's sea turtle conservation NGO. It has 22 bases throughout the country's Atlantic coast, but its main visitor center ...
... it's 9 AM. I guess they meant 8 AM Brazilian time. Our driver finally arrived about 9:10 AM and we went to church. There were about 100 people learning how to brush your teeth. After that they assembled for games with most of the children playing Capt. my I. Then there was the sack race, Ring around the Rosie etc. The prize for first place was a small chocolate bar. After the games concluded the girls and boys lined up for lunch. There were ...
... today in small spurts off and on. It will rain for 5 min. and stopped for 10 and then rain for 5 min. and stopped for 10.
It is break time now with the usual fruit, bananas and fruit mixture. It doesn't very much from day to day.
We've gone back to work but the weather doesn't want us to continue so we mixed up a batch in the rain.
It's lunch time now, 12 noon. We have Rice, beans soup, tomatoes, ...
... for supper believe it or not after this Camilla made some cake and sweet candy. Unfortunately I couldn't have any. By 8:30 PM we decided it wasn't going to stop raining so we headed back to the motel. Tomorrow is another day and we are going to Salvador. Since it has rained so much the sand is to wet to mix. We've taken a vote and decided to work half a day because we have church tomorrow night. We have to go to work at 7 AM in the morning. ...
... and the others in the building. Everything was washed, cleaned up and dried before anyone left. The society seems to be very patriarchal.
About 1pm we went back to work digging sand and clay into the wheelbarrows and taking them across the street to the construction site. Inside some of our group were plastering the walls and concealing the electrical wires. By 2 pm we stopped digging and went inside to mix concrete. By 3pm we ...