Bourbon Atibaia Convention & Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Marina where I was meeting up with Aidan who had just arrived in SP and his Brazilian friend Debs who lived in what seemed a fairly nice suburb. We arrived at Debs block of flats and after some fairly stringent building security zoomed up to her penthouse apartment on the 23rd floor. The views were incredible. Skyscrapers in every direction as far as they could see. Literally thousands. I think I referred to Rio as a sprawling megalopolis. Well, I've downgraded ...
... at the national park. Our day began by walking the Green Trail to the train station and jumping aboard an old-fashioned train which took us to our next destination: the Devil's Throat. To get there we walked 1.2km along a raised boardwalk above the Iguazu Delta (a massive expanse of water!). The Devil's Throat was a sight to be seen - it's the meeting of a number of waterfalls and one of the few places where it rains from the bottom to the top. Then we caught the train to ...
... to Niagara and said she found these falls more impressive, despite our slightly obscured view due to the rain.
After another night in Iguassu we decided to cross the boarder to Brazil and get the long night bus to Floronopalis. While waiting at the station in the Brazilian town of Foz, Cat and Cam caught us up. They were only to pleased that they had managed to cross the boarder and see the falls all in one day. Unfortunately a little snooze on the ...
... part of this trip I worried about. What if his flights got delayed? Then what? But he's safe and sound in our room in Santiago. He tells me we have an awesome corner room and can see the Andes and the City. Well at least someone gets to enjoy the room :)
Only a short time left before heading to my gate, so I'll sign off here. Next blog will be from Chile.
... I find fascinating.
The next day we explored downtown Rio, packed with workers and with an interesting mix of old and new architecture. The ultramodern Petrobras building looks a bit like a Rubix Cube and the Cathedral looks like a cross between a spaceship and an Egyptian pyramid. But at the end of the day we were in Rio and downtown is not where it’s at… so in the afternoon we headed to Ipanema beach. Now this is Rio; a picture perfect beach surrounded ...