Catavento Hotel & Lounge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Morro de Sao Paulo
... you are trying to cool down but the water here was just right, nice and cool for when you are a bit warm. On our walk back to our hostel we stopped and booked a speedboat tour around the island and to 2 of the other islands for the following day. After dinner we headed back down to the beach for the beach party. There were tons of drinks stand that were making alcoholic beverages ...
... i realised it was maybe a little more than camp, lol. The place was really cool though, you didn't even have to go to a bar to order a drink, people would be walking around with a cooler box of beers to buy and they'd come to you. Genius! A guy was also walking around with white face paint and would go up to people and just paint lines on their face. I looked like a proper badass, even though a little bit like a zebra, lol. I've also perfected the brazilian ...
... turned out it was a walk through the jungle which she suggested we didnt do on our own .. we agreed. Eventually we found some more people going and joined them in the hike up there..in the darkness! It was COOL! This club was in the middle of nowhere, no ceilings( yeeers, and more rain!) and different spaces with a big bonfire and different music and a stage with singers and a really good Brazillian drumming band (who it turns out are all ...
... during my time in Morro. I ended the day drinking rum with Ángel, Javi and some other argentinians that were working there Very nice day, I am starting to love this place
Stuck in Morro de Sao Paulo
So much in love that I ended up ...
Sao Paulo is so amazing!! I arrived into the airport on the outside of the city, and I was immediately greeted by a woman in Carnaval attire who was handing out condoms... I took a long bus to a metro station that would eventually take me to my hostel, which was out of the way, but in a safe neighborhood around praça de arvore. I was helped out by some nice brasileiros named Mano and Geisa, both very cool. later that ...