Hotel VillaReal Sao Francisco do Sul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the point from a nearby beach and strolled along to the fishermans beach in search of space to dry off, and then shade.
Joined a bunch of local biddies on the shady bench waiting for the bus, no shelter & unsigned of course. It was a long 2.5 hour trip back as yet more queues, this time for an accident.
Happily the petrol station on the corner had decent cold beer as was ready to rehydrate.
... not like other European settlements I’ve seen previously which have been in cooler climates more suited to familiar crops and animals, this valley has jungle
covered hills, bananas and rice paddies.
At Joinville terminal had a painful time researching buses to Sao Fran’ for the next day – the guy spent 10 mins looking at the map and still got the wrong location for the bus stop – was ...
...it's joinvillay. Brazilian people keep laughing when I say it wrong. It is a city in the same state as Florianopolis, about three hours north on a bus. It was our first long bus journey (not overnight! yay), but it was actually pretty comfortable. Ad slept most of the way, even though we travelled in the middle of the afternoon. Joinville doesn't have a lot of stuff in it, in fact it's pretty boring. We went there to see some old colleagues from Nando's - Mick and Ju. They own and ...
... much provide a number of benefits such as meal subsidies, transport subsidies, comprehensive maternity covers, as well as different levels of minimum wages for different professions. In my view, all of these corporate handcuffing only serves to slow down the economic development of the country. While this does provide benefits for the employees, this could be the reason why even though Brazil is the world's ...
... my correspondences.
At night we went to the AIESEC office again and I was told that there is a new member event at 10pm and I should totally go. I thought that was nuts, how the hell do you get new members to do stuff at 10pm at night! They did and even though I don’t understand a word of what they are saying, I knew roughly what ...