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Travel Blogs from Sao Roque
... leg of my trip ready to be all independent and do stuff on my own, (which I think is a good thing to be able to do, and I’ll probably have the opportunity to do so in a bit), but overall, I’ve been able to step back and realize that God’s given me family all over the place who are willing to help me and take care of me if I need it. Praise God for that. I miss my Manhattan people! Savannah and Vicki and the rest of you, I ...
... today. we found heaps of wooden play equipment, two massive lakes filled with fish, swans and geese as well as giant fountains doing a show. we then went to relax by the water and do some yoga, thanks to jess' yoga ap. so relaxing. we attempted doing some head stands after 'official session' a Brazilian girl came over and showed us a different technique which was easier to do, but still resulted in ...
... the various cuts of meat. Having been to a few Churrascos in Sydney, I was determined not to fall into the trap of filling up on the delicious garlic bread and croquettes. I saved my appetite for the meat. The whole experience was enhanced by the fact that the waiters were dressed in traditional gaucho (or whatever the Brazilian equivalent is) costumes. The restaurant was constructed with whitewashed walls and big oak beams and you could see a few racks of ribs rotating ...
... stairs and led on sofa. This was about 3 am. I read until about 5 and finaly feel asleep stll on the sofa, with two cats wrapped around my feet and the girl that worked the night shift had given me a blanket!
I woke up again about 7 am with the smell of freshly baked bread and cake, so I decided to get up and have breakfast and then go back to bed and try and get a little more sleep. I finally dozed off about 8.30 am!!!
... in our plans. So we went on to our next plans to find the Havaiana store. Where it is impossible to chose a flip flop with all the choice in front of you. It also happened to be on the most expensive street in South America. So we definatly weren´t stopping for lunch there. The store was pretty impressive though not as big as I thought, and one of the best things about the store was the front and the gigantic lettering outside ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility