Ville La Plage
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... it is quite special sitting in the hot tub watching the sun going down.
We have seen quite a lot of the local area first on a two hour bus tour which took us very slowly around the area to see the various beaches and then on a schooner trip both of which were great fun.
Really starting to enjoy the traditional Brazilian drink, caprinha. We have found a great bar in town, Blue ...
... s. They anchor at three coves and encourage you to snorkel, but there really is not much to see. The water is really nice and warm though. We took the first departure of the morning, and they started offering caipirinhas from the start - so a caipirinha breakfast it was!
The food is very good here in Brazil, still pretty expensive, especially in restaurants on the main drag - but the meals are so large, that Benny and I have been sharing one meal. The ...
... The girls slow down as well and totally take the same road I just took even though I know it´s the wrong way. See, girls here will do anything to get your attention but they won´t talk to you. I´m walking like 10 paces ahead of them and still they don´t say a word to me. I finally talk to them and the one is 18 years old and the other is 15, hah 15, holy ****. Even 18 is a bit crazy considering I´m 32. They guess that I´m 20. ...
... as well (about 50 beers later-thanks mate you rule) It is one of the grandest experiences of my life, and it has changed my understanding and appreciation of the brazilian culture and the reasons behind carnival - I can recommend this whole heartedly, and can only advise to go big, it is worth whatever you pay - in the immortal words of Arnie - "I'll be back" - I have to, one day, some day We leave Rio in mere hours now and I am so so sad, yet so fulfilled at the same ...
I've been counting down to this day. Well, maybe not so much since the end of September (lol) since my mind/life has been somewhat turbulent...The fact stands, the passing of today signals the completion of a year in Brazil. Time is such a strange thing. I feel like there is no way a whole year has gone by already, while at the same time I feel like I have been here longer. Let's review: - Met tons of family I never knew I had - Nearly got ...