Hotel VillaReal Sao Francisco do Sul
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... most sheltered bay for
swimming but went via Ubatuba (cue the ABBA Song!) and Praia Grande, well named
for it’s huge crescent of sand. It had a pretty sheltered little corner by the
rocks that was swimmable but continued to Prainha, a pretty exposed surf beach
and over the peninsula to the prettiest end of Enseada, with a rocky point with
a solitary palm. Had a swim before they started pumping the dredge water ...
... to go out and check
once I’d settled into the hotel. The hotel’s directions to the super were even
worse, it being 7 blocks north rather than 2 blocks to the left and, of course,
it threw it down again on the way back.
Managed to pick up some OPA & Merecida local brews to
sample on a long slow night in – still waiting for that Xmas roast chicken but
so many places are still shut up for the hols!
... are called Cookie, Maggie and Bobbie, and they are what Ad would refer to as yappy dogs, but they were the sweetest things and genuinely lovely. But yes, quite yappy. We ate some quite interesting stuff - apricot/peach chicken (an Australian specialty); an all you can eat pizza restaurant (called a Pizza Rodizio) where the waiters bring various pizzas to your table and you choose what you want (including dessert pizzas, such as banana and cinnamon, white and dark chocolate, and ...
I had the chance to talk to a few people while I was in Joinville. Generally it appears everyone do like their country but are also openly sceptical of the administration and the bureaucracy in this country. The education system seems to be the most heavily criticised out of all. One person described to me the administration process for running the Federal universities (state sponsored) ...
... almost no tourist attractions. We visited the colonial museum, the famous Rua das Palmeiras which is a path lined on both sides by palm trees. We spent most of the time just walking and chatting about things. We also stopped for the best sugarcane juice in the city which was very nice indeed. It has been years since I had sugarcane juice!