Casagrande Hotel Boutique
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... For dinner we did make it out of the hotel, getting the shuttle into the main town and marvelling at the variety of restaurants. We ended up at a nice 'Argentinian' place, though the meat was not quite up to Argentine standards and Kate was too full for the pancakes with dulce de leche. After a nice wander around the town we found space for little ice-cream at a place where you help yourself to the 40 flavours and then just weigh your pot at the end - very dangerous!
... there we met up with a couple that we were volunteering with in Bolivia and had a great night out with them.
Then it was off again and back to Rio for our flight to the Amazon.
Buzios is an awesome place! Very relaxed and if you get a chance definitely head there. We would have liked to stay for a couple of weeks!
Anyway thats it for Buzios.
Cheers Loc and Kira
... out like bandits. I was totally right about people making out all the time here. I actually get sick of kissing her and she´s not that good of a kisser anyway. Later I find out the reason why. So I basically dance with Debora and her friends most of the night as they are a lot of fun. Two of her friends pick up these two other guys and we all act like idiots. We leave at some point to go to Debora´s friend´s (Joana) house which ...
... costumes, dances etc, everyone learns the song off-by-heart, then they perform down the "main avenue" of the sambadrome This whole process may start in august for a top samba school, and require 1500 people min. Up to about 3500 people. The crowd dances and sings on the spot, its poor form to sit, and I can honestly say that from the excitement and awesomeness of the costumes - you find it difficult to keep still, there is a time limit from start to finish of 50 ...
I've been counting down to this day. Well, maybe not so much since the end of September (lol) since my mind/life has been somewhat turbulent...The fact stands, the passing of today signals the completion of a year in Brazil. Time is such a strange thing. I feel like there is no way a whole year has gone by already, while at the same time I feel like I have been here longer. Let's review: - Met tons of family I never knew I had - Nearly got ...