Pousada do Sandi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lined with charming shops and restaurants that spilled out onto the cobblestones and were very festive with music playing and people eating and drinking. Motor vehicles are only allowed in the Historic district on Wednesdays for deliveries and horses and carts were a very common sight and are frequently used all around the city.
After wandering the whole Historic District and walking down to the pier to arrange for a boat tour to several ...
... to belt him. Love and hate is a tight balance. We talk to Brazilians that walk by, again they talk to the Flamengo jersey, I love this shirt. I try to get the Flamengo song out of them. Steve tries to tell one of them he just refered to his girlfriend as a 'him' - 'taking the **** 24/7' (earlier quote from Steve describing his personality). 'What's wrong with me? Why do I hate nice people?', you're alright Steve! You're alright! So while Steve ...
... nice. After lunch we did some more laying in the sun. Then it was of to our last stop where we all decided go get in the water and rach wanted to go pro us jumping of the boat which didn't go so well because she fell of the boat. TWICE. first time was scary and the 2nd timed we all couldn't stop laughing. Diego our photographer decided he wanted some underwater pics of us - boy did they turn out horrible. I slowly made my way to shore with my noodle ...
... destination très it was pretty and there was some fish thing on the bottom which was like mooching round stroking rocks - possible the same as a window licker to humans - we got to jump in which was a 'cheap thrill' but not motel cheap - half price selfridges your a cheapskate thrill. Then the final one - no comment. Then heading home, burnt, passing out, dehydrated but 'pleasured' (oi oi sailor) but alive once again! ...
... Michael Bolton-a-likes and including enough dips into The Rolling Stones and co. bag for me to be happy (I might have mentioned before about the awful taste of China’s pop music, sorry guys but it’s true, or the even worse state of Thai music). Peru passed in a similar way, and then Chile became interesting. There they had folk music and the passion of the people distilled into it. Argentina became more interesting still, though not necessarily better. There we learned ...