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... 1077;мо израи
83;ьским& #1080; турис
90;ами, но и тольк
На самом деле, это очень прият 85;ое ...
... day after, and luckily we were able to enjoy the beautiful beaches a short walk from the center and its narrow streets: lovely although a bit too touristic. After all, this place looks like a beach resort on the Mediterranean. A part from Ze Lambadeiro shack, of course. We stopped in Arraial d'Ajuda because it's a nice place, but also to break the journey to Rio de Janeiro. As a matter of fact, from here it's another nineteen hours away by bus. Hopefully we'll make it.
... has been quite warm in places we have visited and even quite inviting
On my way back, I was asked if people could take my photo, I didn’t really mind, but it still makes me wonder WHY they want a photo of a total stranger?
Porto Saguro seems a sleepy sort of place, there isn’t much traffic, but still has the usual cars, buses and motorbikes, but none seem in a great rush, I haven’t heard any honking or tooting of horns
... in the truck, it would look like a Chinese laundry otherwise (but of course, there are some people who’s washing is more important than others)
We are off to a National Park for a few hours walk about (its going to be a bit of a lazy day I think) Monte Pascoal
The National Park has peaks and mountains, they are shrouded in clouds (or mist) so Danny and Collin go off to sort things out, some people ...
... and happen to have a free room/free couch in their house. They offer it to strangers free of charge. You crash at their house, pay nothing and get to discover the culture first hand by interacting with a local. Fellow travellers whom we have met have strongly recommended it so we may experiment with this in Argentina. Another reassuring fact is that Brazil is the most expensive country in the list of our planned itinerary. We look forward eagerly to Bolivia where ...