Zank Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stopped at Subway. Subway is exactly the same in Brazil, except they have 15 cm and 30 cm options (no five dollar foot long. Especially because one sub is 17 reais, but that converts pretty close to even actually) After eating, we went to Farol de Barra, a lighthouse on a big hill. About an hour before the sunset even, there were already lots of people sitting there waiting. Some were playing guitar, others eating and drinking, it was cool. But, we didn't feel like just sitting around, ...
... I was here and prayed cor me safety and it was so touching. Over the course of the day, we discussed plans for what we're doing tomorrow, and the whole time I'm here. Diogo has a friend that I'm going to meet who is apparently "crazy like Evan" (my cousin that we hang out with all the time). They got close with him too and asked how he was doing (you hear that Evan, they miss you). Tomorrow Brazil plays a World Cup game, and we can go watch it at one of the ...
Weirdest thing I ate: A larva in the Amazon, easily. Even weirder than eating goat shoulder.
Finally, Lessons Learned from June: (And that’s why you…)
Brazil is going to happen. Try not to get too frustrated. It’ll work out in the end
Getting a ride back to the hotel from a random guy in Manaus instead of taking a taxi is much, much more entertaining
You can’t have ...
... we would attract a lot of attention with our big backpacks. Fortunately, after about 20 minutes of riding through the favelas, the bus simply ended at a commercial port, and everyone got off together. We were able to find a cab without too much difficulty, and were on our way to the Pelourinho, very relieved to have dodged that bullet.
We dropped our bags off at our hostel and met up with Leo, a friend from Dennis' soccer team who decided to ...
... who turned out to be an elderly gentleman that she has met on board and they now have a “liason”. Marion then sat behind them on the tour bus and heard the English gentleman describing the complications of having a “liason” when he cant speak French and she cant speak English. He explained how the 5 sea days went “really quickly” – I cant imagine why- and the challenges of teaching English to a non English speaker – ...