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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Byblos Buzios
Pousada Byblos has a great location overlooking the Canto beach and close to the city center. Facilities are basic but clean as you will find in many Brazilian pousdas. Breakfast is included.
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Travel Blogs from Buzios
... with Geriba that was nice is that it is a beach break over beautiful sand so you don't have to worry about hitting the reef like Balingan. With Balingan the wave was more consistent though.
Cyclone Surf Shop in Buzios:
The best surf shop we found in Buzios is Cyclone surf. The owner is Gerva a super nice guy. Karim and Sean bought 2 very nice 6’0” boards from him for a great price about ...
... the world through a different set of eyes. Not forgetting spending 6 months together, side by side every day and sharing all the memories.
Obviously this is our last blog. We thank you all for your patience and kind words whilst consuming these mad ramblings and look forward to being copied into your blogs when you come to your senses and go on your around the world trip!
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It's been awesome!
Rob and Zoe
For some reason I wake up at 10am which is idiotic since I only slept for 3 hours. I head to the beach and I start talking to these two Americans. They are like the coolest married couple ever and Sal and Laura (hopefully they are reading these blogs and end up emailing me) are really interested in my travels. They seem pretty intrigued that I am traveling so long by myself through South America. It's weird for Americans ...
... a bit here. And to be honest, samba was not a part of anybody´s life, my entire trip, unlike how we may think back home. All that changed after arriving here. This was a "Whoa" experience. Really have to be there...But the curtains are closed and you just here one drummer hitting away at beats for maybe 3 minutes. You get used to hearing it. And then all of a sudden, in unison come 100 (One. Hundred.) more drummers BAM-BAM-BAM-BAM. ...
... waters. It was only a short break, but it was nice to get out of Rio for a change and not feel quite so conspicuous as a tourist. This is my last week at the project, and in fact I now only have 2 days left, as today I'm off with something that seems to be doing the rounds in the house, and Thursday is Brazil's Independence Day, so no project then either. It's going to be strange leaving the project for good on Wednesday, and I'm not ...