Praia Serena Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... if someone is hot! Sorted! Ipiticem told me about the guy she was seeing and how she met him at this therapy session based on the effects of LSD. I think it went something like LSD finds your inner traumas and tries to heal them. The therapy is done with a partner who watches you while you are ´under' and draws a picture based on what they are feeling while watching you. It all sounds a but mad but sure if the telly's broke! We took off for town and were mightily impressed ...
... br> The next morning, after a couple of sausage sarnies for breakfast, we ventured out from our hostel in search of the colonial old town that we had heard so much about. As we walked the concrete turned cobbles and high street stores turned to white washed buildings with brightly coloured doors and windows. We spent the morning meandering between souvenir shops and cute little cafes before finding ...
... last day but I had a blast. A sad thing about travelling is leaving each place. I probably will never come back and there's still so much undone. For Ilha Grande, unseen beaches and hikes left untrod. Interrupted romance of a beautiful place. Story time, one night in Ilha Grande: We head for a steak house. That sounds manly... and we don't go in because a girl Steve likes is in there... Not so manly (Note: Steve runs into the girl in Argentina and they fall in love! Travel ...
... to take a photo with - cause we thought he was cool. And he had a crush on one of us. We then went back up and I snoozed for a while on the beach chair as I dried off. When I woke up, Jeff (?) our "Brazilian dad" came around to sell the photos, which cost us a combined total off $50R. Not bad! We also talked to the German guy called Marc who asked if we wanted to get drinks/dinner that night. We exchanged numbers and said yeah. We walked back to the hostel. ...
... passengers to shop for 23 people in foreign speaking supermarkets, to then cook out of the back of a truck for the group - with no assistance from the leaders. I'm all for group participation but full responsibility for meals is a little unfair. At 5:30am, my cook group started cooking breakfast in the dark. 12 hours on the road so lunch was in a car park petrol station. Dinner was a little more tiring. We arrived at about 7:30pm and a simple bangers and mash with gravy and veggies ...