Gaivotas Praia Hotel
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... take us to Porte Alegre then another from there to Montevideo. It was pouring rain and much to Deci's delight the English pub was showing all the soccer matches so we went there from the bus. We found out when we got there that they were showing the Hurling final after so we stayed there for that too!
That evening we went to the Quejeria (cheese shop) they sold lovely fresh dough pizza bases and freshly grated mozzarella, pepperoni and pizza sauce so that was dinner sorted!We ...
... The old part of Florianopolis was quite beautiful with colourful old colonial buildings lining the water and cobbled walkways that where for pedestrians only. After a wander around and no success in finding a adapter we found a churro van and decided to tuck into a delicious Spanish donut. We where pretty happy with the Churros and saw it as a good sign that the Churros where going to be better in Brazil! We returned to the waterfront where we found a market in one of ...
... How do you know if somebody is a true friend? If they are willing to call your bank´s fraud department to commit fraud. Thanks again!
With my problem now rectified, booking tickets still seemed to be out of our reach, either because the seats were all now booked for tomorrow, or the bus company´s website was just ineptly obsolete. I think the latter. So in true winging it style we decided to just go to the bus station in Foz do Iguacu (a town similar to ...
... the air and Junior gets totally soaked as he was at the front on the boat. We were all laughing after a short scream. Once the rubber ducky makes it out to the boat it was a half hour trip back to the main land which was quite bumpy. I didn't have any seasick tablets for the first time but thankfully didn't get sick woo hoo. In this small town there is a very old favourite restaurant called Arante's which was started in the 50's for the fishermen. Back in the 70's ...
First day of classes is tomorrow! That's going to be Crazy! To see what I've been doing to prepare for classes you should watch this video that my roommate took:
I know this blog was a little different, but I embrace that it was different and will come along side it for a better future :) Lookin forward to the comments! Play Nice!