Blue Tree Towers Florianopolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... by the hostel. The river had risen since rain had fallen the day before so everyone was thrilled to get involved. We were on the river for two hours soaked but filled with the adrenaline rush from falling down waterfalls. We got back to our hostel and it was our last night there. It was a biter sweet feeling because we were heading back to Rio de Janeiro the following day which meant our trip was down to two days. ...
... that and our hangovers. One of them just about slept in a garden last night so we were all pretty much in the same boat. We got to our hostel and they offered to pay for the cab which we weren't upset about; it saved us $25.
We charged in and had a badly needed shower. Walked down into town and had some pretty underwhelming seafood, especially in a town renowned for it's quality. We needed a way back to Buenos Aires, so we got back and went to book our flight ...
... form shredding the dance floor. Larry was not popular in the club however. As soon as he turned up he knocked over a whole table of drinks that weren't his. This meant he had a load of people shouting and trying to start on him. Luckily this calmed down until Larry got into another altercation. This random guy just walked up to him and gave him the finger. It was so out the blue and started a bit of a shouting match. The ...
... your card. We failed in our attempt to go sand boarding (as I put us on the wrong bus), it's really popular here and definitely something I hope I can do elsewhere. Instead we ended up on the main beach, bacca da lagoa so we took in the sites and found a little turtle sanctuary to wander around before heading to the lagoon for dinner & drinks. Florianopolis was great, I could easily have stayed a wee bit ...
... for wealthy Brazilians), some of it hippie surfing spots, and some smaller fishing villages. We stayed in Barra--a smaller surfing/fishing neighbourhood near the larger beach 'hot spot' of Lagoa. Our hostel, the Barra Beach Club, was the most AWESOME place we have stayed--located right on a secluded beach, super clean and big, with a great vibe and great staff (especially Jaime!) and three cute little dogs: Lola, Piccolino, ...