Well, what can I say about Maceió? Its OK but there isn’t really anything to keep you there.
One great thing did happen though when I had a stroll to the beach and have a beer. I saw a big crowd of people gathered round the edge of the sea. As I got a little closer I could see a 4×4 had got stuck in the sand and with the waves now over the tyres it was a race against the tide to get it out.
Needless to say there was a bunch of people with their camera phones out filming the whole thing. Being the good Samaritan I am, I also filmed it, you know, just in case it was worth £250.
The best thing we did was go to the brand new shopping mall, Praia Shopping, which was pretty similar to what I would pay back home in the UK for things but we managed to find a few deals.
I managed to replace my money belt that got ripped apart by the arsehole that broke into my locker in Montevideo and added a new pair of shorts to the collection.
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