Porto Sol Hotel
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... Lagoina do Leste, an amazing secluded beach. The sight of the cold waves and the bar sign after hours of sweating and trekking was one of the happiest moments so far on this trip! We checked out downtown Florianópolis too, but not as pretty as the beaches on the coast. Feels like we have just scratched the surface of Brazil, but after 4 weeks here we are heading to Uruguay today for the white sangria we have heard is worth the 30 hours of travel it's taking us to get ...
... Rio, and in Florianopolis, almost none. But I am sure that’s the way
they like it, and they don’t need to rival the tourist capitals of the world!
It’s been a great experience to have the smallest little
taste of this huge continent, but we won’t be returning- we just feel far more
... like I) bombarded Caro with a list of questions and requests. She took them like a champ - eyes wide and ready; unsure if she should sit first or not. Other than checking in, our number one priority upon entering civilization, after surviving the jungle was to get a Brazilian wax to feel like real women again (such vanity in our modern world eh?) Next was laundry, shower, and food. Caro not only met, but exceeded all of our needs (yes they were needs at this point) ...
Mad day. It had everything you could ever want from a great day. Excitement, awe and danger. I had planned this day for ages but it overcame all my expectations. After my last little ride on the moped I had been scared and inspired. I didn't want to feel nervous about riding a moped around a foreign place so decided to set out on exploration of the island. This way I would conquer the moped and see some sights. At around 11 I approached the desk to obtain my ...
... an atm – to pay for the hostel. After that, we had 1 final swim and a quick shower before catching 2 more buses back to the bus terminal- for our 11 hour, overnight trip to Sao Paulo. I don’t know if the blog conveyed it well enough, but the public transport system in Florianopolis was awful! We spent far too much time on a bus or waiting for a bus, and in hindsight we probably should have booked a place closer to the centre. As previously said, put it down as more ...