Costa Norte Ingleses Hotel
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... mum which contains Vegemite) On Saturday night I met a local guy who made it his mission to change my mind about Florianópolis. On Saturday night the bars were packed so we got some beer and drank on the street. There were locals playing drums by the water and dancing samba. I had such a good night I decided to stay an extra two days. During the next two days ...
... da Conceicao. Here went to a local Irish Pub for the Brazil v Mexico game. The pub was packed 90 minutes before hand and a lovely Brazilian couple let us sit with them and offered us some of their beers. Amazing hospitality- we have found the people of Brazil so friendly! Post the match we drove into downtown visiting a nice local mall to kill some time prior to our flight. Driving in Brazil was a true experience especially when you have a 1L ...
... line us up so we could catch the waves. On my first wave I caught I jumped up and was surfing! It was so thrilling and made me hooked for more. One girl in our group was pretty good and together we were getting up every time. The other two struggled and it was funny watching them face plant into the water. After every time I got up on the wave I went a little further and further. I really didn't want the lesson ...
... the last 2 and a half months which tend to be filthy. I think we chose a perfect time to come here because traveler fatigue was beginning to set in and we needed somewhere that we could take it easy and rest up. Most of our quiet nights still involve some bottles of red, but we've swapped clubs or bars for movies, late dinners, live music and chats. I couldn't be happier! It has also been incredible catching up with Jess and Emily who I had definitely missed while we were on ...
... called Vigio do Casqueiro) was run by a really fun group of people, who we befriended (how can you not become friends with a man who does a crab-dance to try to explain what the empanadas are filled with, since we don't understand the word in Portuguese!?) Unfortunately, we did a lousy job of promoting Canada to them--when they heard that we can't buy beer at gas stations, drink it in the street, or drink it at work, they ...