Buzios Internacional Aparthotels
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- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... path that trailed the ocean and watched the sunset at a bar with a few mojitos. The bar tender informed us we NEEDED to go to the club "privilege" on Saturday as there was now only 1 club in the town and it was only open on 1 night of the week. We locked it in.
Friday we got up early and went for a much needed run along the beach. Afterwards we ventured to Joao Fernandinho (little beach about 30min walk from our hostel) where we enjoyed a $R5 corn ...
... who dived in to rescue Phil's fishing kit when he accidentally dropped it in the sea.
The week we spent in Buzios was exactly what we needed after carnival, maximising sun time, eating good home cooked food and having chilled evenings accompanied by very sweet but very gap yar girls 'oh my god I’ve just eaten way too much pasta, total disaster, ...
... Perfect Perfect Perfect. Besides the beaches, at the end of our Journey together, Scott and I went to a small bar-restaurant where a small band played live music (Eric Clapton). Scott and I had some extremely cold beer while the sun set over the magnificent green waters of the first beach we visited in Buzios. Absolutely unforgettable PRICELESS. I felt as though I was melting into my ...
... right knee and severely scraped right palm. *SIGH *. I picked my scooter up, hopped back on and drove the rest of way to work...blood running down my leg and arm. I got to work and walked into the bathroom and began the cleaning process. I had a co-worked grab the first-aid kit for me and help me get bandaged up. I'm not gonna lie to you...it hurt like a *****. I had all this dirt and random pieced of sidewalk lodged in my hand and knee. NOT fun. Managed to limp ...
... that was New Years Eve. Now malaria works in waves, you get vicious fevers and then you can feel fine for a bit. Well, I was in fever mode during all the pre-festivities, but around 8pm, I was feeling fine, so I decided to go out with folks. New Years here was awesome. Some of folks from Rio flee because they say its hectic and people and all that. But Rio does not compare to New York. The Times Square thing totally sucked when I went. Standing in the ...