- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... towards the shop for a beer. When we arrived the place was already heaving with beautiful Brazilian women tottering around in heels dressed up to the nines. We also found an English bar in the centre which us Brits were ecstatic about, I might get my first pint of cider after months! Unfortunately it didn't happen because someone forgot their ID and therefore was refused entry .. Me. The entrance fee was 25 reals anyway so a few people were more than happy not to go in. I ...
... what I read online and decided to keep searching. We tried every travel agent in the town about booking a ticket but not a single place sold bus tickets. How does a capital city not have the ability to purchase bus tickets for tourists online but can easily book flights to anywhere in the world in just a few minutes? To make it worse, nearly every travel agent has signs on their stores with buses there next to the plane pictures advertising they do ...
... it ended for the day. Centro Mercardo was average and was mainly nick nack and souvenir type stalls so we left quick and started the walk back. We walked past the Fortaleza cathedral with its palm trees surrounding it (another first to see that) before passing the cultural centre, Drago da Mar, and arrived at the supermarket to grab some lunch. We decided to have a picnic on the beach under a palm tree. It was bliss. We spent the rest of the ...
... and tried walking in the shade as much as we could before arriving, retreating for the shower and air con and crashing out for a quick arvo siesta. The heat eased a bit around 1645 so we head out to the beach again and did some people watching until we watched a beautiful sunset. Seeing sunset along the water with palm trees that backed into a skyscraper city was new for us, but nonetheless awesome. On then way back to the hostel, Leesh got an Ašai bowl ...
... br> the best entertainment to be had is listening to the match commentators
pronouncing players names. First we had Drog-E-Baa then it was Boa-ten-gay and
today Paul Pogba of Les Bleus became Pog-E-Baa. Makes him sound surprising like
a Scottish Highland dance step. On a more serious note, there are 4 things I
feel need to be addressed in this wonderful game for us to progress and whether
you want to hear them or not, here they are. Those of you ...