Blue Tree Towers Florianopolis
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... on entering
I happened upon this lovely butterfly. I was not
unfortunately able to get a photo of the hand size black furry spider which
scuttled over the road in front of us….
Beautiful wood carvings abound- this was in a restaurant.
Loved this sign seen everywhere, although we ...
... there wasn't much movement from the bed from Kate for most of the day! It was another cloudy day which again, made us feel less guilty about wasting it but there was no way Kate could have done a lot anyway! That evening, Rod and his wife offered to do us a bbq on the top balcony with loads of fresh fish they were given as a favour from a local who shops in their hardware store. It was clear that there was a real community vibe in Barra da lagoã and Rod seemed to know everyone. ...
... let him sort his own problems out. The only option now is to go to the post office and look in lost and found. The problem is it is not open weekends and I leave Sunday. To get around this Pete is going to see if they have it on Monday. I hardly have hope though. For the rest of the day I licked my wounds sorting out the mess I created. I washed my clothes, canceled my cards and got on early night. Tomorrow we are leaving to Rio. Il let you know how it ...
... near the beach and then headed to another beach (half way back to the hostel). This took over 2 hours again. The beach was quite nice and I went for a quick swim except we left because of the rain. After dinner, we headed to the bus stop at 8:50 to catch a bus home. The bus station had closed for some reason (I have no idea why, as every timetable I had looked at showed the services ran until midnight)- but there was an attendant at the bus stop who told us to wait for a bus back ...
... entry fees so we settled for the local bars, a game of Guess the Intro and a packet of late night Cheetos. Who needs Ibiza!
The next day was spent at Barra da Lagoa, perfecting yoga moves and jumping around like lunatics in the waves. We decided to splash out with a bit of seafood and picked a dish which was translated as "medium shrimp sequence". How could we resist with a name like that?! Medium it was not; it could have easily fed a family of ...