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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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... and chefs march around with these beautiful deserts. They were to die for and we may or may not have had seconds! – I think Giva even sneaked in thirds!
Back to today. We were at Buzios, which is known as the St Tropez of Brazil, made famous when Bridget Bardot started visiting in 1964. It was fantastic to see another side of Brazil and to spend time in this beautiful and charming fishing village. Because it is a small place, the ship had to dock off ...
... a hostel and their children played in amongst all the guests, but they had seemingly reached a point where they had stopped. Unfortunately nothing in the place worked and they didn't seem to interested in fixing much. I've gained a little bit of inspiration from their ideas, but also from what not to do. Love meeting people travelling and finding out about their ideas and how they've done things through their life. Completely ...
... those 4 hours watching reruns of the Iran-Contra Hearings. The worst thing is I have no idea what is causing this pain. I mean it can't be appendicitis, which is what I thought it was intitially, since appendicitis takes place on one side of the stomach and this pain is coming from the entire front part. Maybe I tore a muscle kicking that stupid soccer ball around or maybe I have an hernia. Those are probably ...
The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one's own country as a foreign land. Nothing better than a change of perspective. This trip helped me look at things from a healthy distance, and that has made me decide that there is too much world to be grounded in the same place. I do not want to live in Rio anymore, at least not for now. I would live in Finland, and ...
... in forest. It was very beautiful and had plenty of stunning beaches...Paul pretended he could surf but couldn`t...and I bodyboarded my pale self around the place...the combination of no ATM and me and Paul being rubbish with money meant that we only stayed for 2 days...but it was worth it. I made a fun calendar...I now had to travel to a schedule (which I`m not great at doing) and realised it was time to leave Rio. Me, my double (Adam) and his ...