Costa Norte Ingleses Hotel
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... ich sollte mich ducken und nach oben schauen, war es mir auf einmal nicht mehr so geheuer. Über unseren Köpfen hingen mehrere grosse Spinnen (ca. 8 cm) in ihren Netzen. Wir waren beide froh, dass sich die Spinnen durch unsere Anwesenheit nicht gestört fühlten und sich nicht bewegten. Raschen Schrittes liefen wir weiter und bemerkten nun am Wegesrand immer wieder Grosse Spinnen-netze. Wir waren froh als wir den Gipfel erreichten und dabei keine Konfrontation mit den ...
... some culture rather than risk sitting by the beach in the rain.
After Sao Paulo I caught a flight down to Florianopolis in the hope of some good weather and sort of enroute to Iguazu Falls.
I picked one of South America's top five hostels and following a short flight I took the local buses to the hostel... arriving 2 hours later...to find the place perched on a hill in a small bay with ...
... off at houses hidden in the trees which are inaccessible by road. There are a few restaurants in one section and we had some delicious oysters. Apparently the oysters from this area are the best in Brazil. Interestingly we talked to some people about the World Cup and they were quite negative about it. There are strong feelings that it is not what the country needs and they were sure that there would be big protests during the tournament. ...
... grocery store, which was a good one and a nice surprise with an organic and gluten free (Schar products for John) section. We had a short picnic in a nearby park and did some shopping at the mall to prep for Emma's upcoming 11th birthday. For dinner we found a taco place. It took us some time to order the tacos however. Getting used to the Portuguese language was very difficult after being in Spanish speaking countries for such a long time, but ...
... salads, ham and cheese rolls, followed by treks through the mountains to deserted beaches, getting scorched under the burning sun whilst lying on a hammock, then avoiding the sun and later downing sugar filled caiprhina's till the late of night.
Snoop Dogg was in town on the 11th of the 11th 2011. It was the only way I could keep track of time. It was intense! Not to say too much, but it was very bright when we arrived clumsily back to our beach hostel.