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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... we just turned around and came back. It wasn’t a very good dive at all, but it was still nice to get in the water.
The boat we were on was very nice, and they had hot dogs and soda for lunch, and there was also a bathroom with a shower. That’s a luxury that most dive boats do not have. So we had a bite to eat and relaxed a bit and then went to a different side of the island before starting our second ...
... some real local nightlife, as it's difficult to do when you're in the Gringo crowd every day.
Laura and I could not make a decision to save our lives about leaving that place, but as always, you have to bite the bullet and move on at some point. So Friday morning I organised my ticket to São Paulo from where I'd go directly to Florianopolis. It was going to be the longest trip so far, but I had heard great things and it was all in my round trip masterplan to get to ...
... for a kebab restaurant we wanted to go to yesterday but was too busy (or more accurately we were too hungry to wait). I had a chicken and beef kebab (the on the stick kind) which really hit the spot. This is the first place I've been where I was torn over what to eat.
After this we found a chilled out bar and settled in for a few beers. I had black beer which ...
... to some of the idyllic beaches hidden away along the coastline and on nearby islands. At each stop we were able to jump off the boat and swim to the beach, and at the final stop we could take a dip with the fish who had swum to the surface to say hello. On the way back to the harbour I sat at the bow, got out my iPod and watched the water glittering as the sun set behind the jungle-covered hills. And, at last, I forgot about the ...
... small) down the Island to The Blue Lagoon. This is a small inlet where you can swim and snorkel. The place was like Miami Vice territory with the rich and famous, suntanned bodies hanging off the sleek jet boats and launches, and a guy in a small boat visiting each boat selling food and alcohol (we had a beer). We all jumped off our boat into the water and swam and paddled for ages. Was very warm and the water was like a lukewarm bath and very clear ...