Night time a stop at the Hungry Horse, a famous pub that serves good English food, but we felt more like a huge steak, chips, onion rings, mushroom, green peas and fried tomato. All savoured well with a great bottle of Chilean wine, that costs £5 a bottle (less than R$15,00). How much does it cost in Brazil, with the Mercosul and all?
Although it was about 25 degrees Celsius, there were not many people wearing swimsuits in the beach. I guess the beach body is definitely a Brazilian thing, but we can certainly find loads of girls with lots of heavy make up, tee hee! There was another amusement park there. Most of the famous beaches in UK have one, the attractions in the park can supply entertainment in case the weather is not good enough for a stroll in the beach, I guess, and tourists and families seem to like it. Having said that, I would gladly swap the rides in the roller-coaster beside the beach, for the humble Brazilian huts in the beach that sell beer and sea-food. In England there is no such a thing, first, is prohibited to drink alcohol in public places and second, the health and safety authorities here would never approve and give license to our Dona Marias e Seu Joses, to walk along the beach shouting “ Olha o espetinho de camarao” “Vai um salgadinho aih ou uma aguinha gelada?”