Casa Grande Sao Vicente
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Got up around 10am, packed our bags and checked out. Got a taxi to the bus station and waited around before our 30hour journey to São Paulo. I was dreading the thought of having to sit on a bus for 30 hours but the journey itself wasn't as bad as I feared. The bus stopped at least 6 times so you could get food or go to the bathroom. The places we stopped off at were pretty much just roadside ...
I dragged the two lads out of bed because I wanted to go to the beach. It was also Easter Sunday but there wasn't anywhere to buy Easter eggs so we bought each other ice creams instead. For about two hours we lay on sun beds on the beach and just took it easy. Walked back to the room around 6pm and got ...
... just the three of us in our room with my iTube on shuffle. When we got down the town it was ******* rain so we took shelter in a bar opposite the nightclub. Deep house music was blaring from the bar and there was this one lad putting on a dancing performance on a table the likes we have never seen. If I was to send one man into a dance off against this lad I'd look no further than Alex Walsh. He's the only person I know that could match this guys flamboyance. ...
... but he makes up an awful lot of rubbish so don't take my word for it. We were starving so had some food down by the beach. Went back to our hostel for the rest of the afternoon and just slept. The accommodation was ok but it's saving grace was that we had a TV with HBO. Went out for a lasagna and pizza and it was mediocre at best. Theres no way to describe the pizza in this part of the world other than pure *****. There's always too much cheese and no tomato sauce ...
... I waited and waited. I sat in the hammock and read my book for nearly 2 hours. Then a man emerged, he had obviously been sleeping. Without much of a sorry he got me checked in. I wasn't very impressed. I had read good reviews about the staff and I didn't think much of him. He didn't speak English so it was hard for me to communicate with him too. I dumped my stuff and went for a wander to find water and to check out the place a bit. It looked like a fun ...