Yak Hotel Natal
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... want to know how the rest of my trip home went you can ask me. I don't want to type the details because they're gross and I want to end my blog on a good note.
Overall, I had a wonderful time. I only wish I could've stayed longer. I am so thankful for the Faraj's and their hospitality. I'm so thankful for Jamille and all she did to prepare for my visit and for taking me to a World Cup game and to Pipa. I'm thankful for Jamille's friends', family's ...
... not a huge crowd there but a good 20 USA fans or so and approximately even number of Belgium fans and then a mix of Brazilians. It was a rough one to watch when Wondo missed the goal, and then it all went down hill. At the end of the game the Belgium group went insane as expected but one guy came over and said our guys played a respectable tournament. So we took a picture with him to mark the moment of our loss and his win. He was very nice guy who chose to not rub it ...
... rice, beans and a green bean purée. This was by far one of the best meals I had in Brazil. And for recommending us to the restaurant, the driver eats for free....smart man. But the funny thing was the longer we were there, the higher the tide got, and there were suddenly a line of buggies racing to pass the restaurant before it was too late. The tide would prevent them from getting through. They would have to turn back and take the long way home. So our driver is watching ...
... time but planned to go there after the game for our last supper. Mikey, Timi, Robert, Sarah, and Jorge were all leaving us the next day. So once again we wanted to make the most out of our last night with our friends. Once everyone arrived to the sandwich shop, the wait staff there had grown accustomed to our business and asked if we were coming back. We told them after the game, we would be back for dinner. We then headed to the stadium. This was ...
... go up here. They have great facades but the infrastructure is horrible. And everything is built on sand. So it is just a matter of time, before they end up with a landslide or a portion of a building falling into the ocean. And it is as if people know this, but they just accept that they will fix it if they need too. But no one seems to be stepping up and figuring out how to prevent it from happening in the first place. There are roads, boardwalks, retaining walls along ...