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... etc. Had dinner in the restaurant we went to on the first night and then went back to our room. Overall we didn't meet anyone in Arrail D'ajuda and it wasn't really a place I would recommend going if your travelling. Apart from the fact there's not much to there it's more catered for families and not three ...
... is the main sport that both males and females play. Fathers happily play soccer with their daughters on the beach as do couples. My good friend Minch (known to the world as Selloane Mosala) coined the phrase that "traveling colours the spirit". As we close our travel chapter in Brazil, it feels like we arrived here with our spirit on a blank canvas; every experience has picked a colour of the rainbow and meticulously made a mark as a contribution to this unfolding ...
... fulfill my dream of seeing the Amazon rainforest! But first, a few days in Chapada and a few more days back in Salvador. After figuring out my flights and busses, I had to go to the bus station to actually purchase my bus ticket. While waiting for the bus back to Federaçao from the bus station, I tried abará; essentially, it's the same thing as Acarajé but not fried but everything about it was less salty than the acarajé ...
... soup called caldo de sururu which is peasant good and can be found served on the Brazilian beaches. It took me a while to figure out what sururu is (no locals know the translation) but after doing a google search I discovered the English name is Charru mussel and it is becoming an invasive species in southern USA but is native to the amazon. It also, supposedly, is an aphrodisiac thought to increase make potency. The other dish was moela com ...
... tonight”. They do lots of cruises and love to be adventurous. She told us a story, which really tickled me of how she and her sister had gone on a ZipLine (Flying Fox/Foofie Slide) in San Diego last year. Apparently every one else was really nervous so they went first to “give the young ones courage”. Go girl!!!
At dinner tonight we also raised a glass in memory of Nelson Mandela. “Rest in Peace Mandiba! – you deserve ...