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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Clara an her dad picked me up from the airport that afternoon. They have a beautiful house! The only Brazilian house I've visited so far. (Not counting the favela house) most people in Rio live in apartments. We had rice and this yellow stuff which wasn't bad for dinner. Me and Clara caught up a bit on life and she had to go to bed early for school which starts at ...
... loud they might cause damage and streets instantly several inches deep in water. Were stuck at the top of town where nothing was open and there was no shelter, so soaked through by the time we found an open restaurant. I was ready for that all-you-can-eat
wood fired buffet by then. Was a food chance to try feiojada, a very bland beany dish, one of many it seems, ...
... taxi (basically a wooden speedboat!) Depending on the season, you can even see southern right whales and penguins here alongside coral and tropical fish. The 'resort' of Abraao, basically where the ferries come in, only has 3 streets. I spent the few days I was here lounging around on the beach, snorkelling, trekking in the jungle, drinking caiprinhas and eating scrumscious food at Kebab, a recommendation I'd received from Ioannis and Laure, two friends from London that I'd met in ...
... to head over to Curva da Jurema, just across the park. We had met a nice lady there yesterday. Her name was Marcie and she worked at one of the restuarant/bars on the beach. We went back and had a beer with her and some of her friends before we caught a taxi to the bus depot for our long bus ride back to Muniz Freire.
Vitoria was beautiful but our time here was too short. Perhaps I will return again someday. One never knows!
The last full day of our vacation got off to a bit of a rocky start. Sundays in Brazil, everything is closed. Shops don't open, only a handful of restaurants will open and most of those not until the afternoon. Heather expressed a desire to have an omelet for breakfast so I asked the concierge in the lobby where there would be a good place to go for breakfast that was nearby and open on Sundays. He sent us to Casa de Pao (House of Bread). I ...