caprinias & capoeira

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The town is very picturesque, the kind with cobble-stone street and set by the sea.

We headed out for some dinner and we cought a street Capoeira performance. Man they could move - we had to record a few short videos an the camera. After a nice dinner and some caprinias, we then headed out for a dance and we just so happened to end up in the same place as some of the previous Capoeira boys, having to mop up the trail of drool let by the girls on the dance floor.

The next day, we went out on a boat trip to check out some of the smaller islands. Unfortunately the weather was not its usual  bright sunny self, but it was still ok. we so determined to go check out these islands, we did let any possible looming clouds spoil our fun.

after the boat trip, we strolled through the shops, and later had dinner. After that we spotted a great ice-cream shop, but just as we started to get stuck into our double choc chip and cookies & cream on the outside tables, when it started to pour. And the rain continued to pour and pour, we probably waited for about 30-45min, with it only easing ever so slighty. when we finally decided to brave the rain (it wasnt cold afterall) and jumped in some taxis home.

the ice-cream was great anyway!

cas :P

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