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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... took a short hike to a less crowded beach. The beach was absolutely gorgeous and the sea was blue. The Brazilian bikinis were out in force- as where the bum cheeks of all the women on the beach. Hayley went straight in the water while I stayed safely dry on the sand- "keeping an eye on the bags". We had lunch in a nearby restaurant before climbing back to the first beach and doing some shopping in the town. Trindade was such a cool place ...
... wasn't enough room so we went down the road to another one that was half the price - a consolation for our downgrade. We dumped our stuff and went back to charlies hostel to meet him. He was with 2 German guys so we bought some beers, went to the beach to drink them then headed back to the hostel where you could drink your own drinks after the bar shuts at about 10.30. We played some card games then called it a night at about 1am. The next day was slightly ...
... to a city but in Buenos Aires there are far more. Firstly in many parts of the city it feels like Paris (they even call it "The Paris of the South"). The architecture is European alongside modern. Really odd. I've never seen anything like it. The other suburb worth visiting was La Boca. A place never to go at night but safe (ish) during the day. Although the police officer, we asked for directions from, said not to walk there otherwise "we will be shot" we opted for taking a ...
... way up a mountain side and looked up from my book when I no longer could see to find that we were completely surrounded in fog. After the initial shock of the fog I then realized that the driver was driving at the same maximum speed although you could literally see nothing out the front window, not even the other van in front of us. After hearing a few of our comments in the van Patricia the other tour leader told us not to worry as ...
... with some other Mangaratiba travellers and promptly stopped with security called. Que massive fight with all the travellers who like us have been pushed from the 'purchasing line' into the 'boarding line'. Adam and I just stood there wondering what the hell was going on. Luckily another very angry Brazilian lady made the security stand down and we clung to her like small children while we were marched to the bus. My guess is that the 3.30pm bus was not full enough so ...