Hotel Boutique Quinta Das Videiras
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... from art to clothing to even make up consultations. It had a really calming feel, everyone was so friendly. Florinopolis has a 1960s surf vibe about it. The tourism is reasonably under developed, a few cafes and restaurants, and very little english spoken! The place is teeming with classic VWs. Brightly coloured beetles and campervans hurtle down the only road by the lagoon, which is peppered with young and old interesting ...
... rapids and slightly more treacherous waters. Kate was certainly more capable of handling herself as I ended up falling out twice during the descent as she casually span through various rocky waters and looking impressively restrained from smug. Upon return we caught the short bus back to Curitiba ready for a day of exploring on the morrow. We probably wouldn't have got up to much more than the market and old town but Kate - on a roll - had heard rumours of giant Capybaras in ...
... to become a major player in the e-commerce and targeted marketing world.
Finally we ended our tour at Sapiens Park, a new project and technology park that will be one of the biggest in the region and will be filled with many major IT firms.
Overall, although we had a rough start in Floripa, our last day there really made it worth it to visit the city and there is a lot of hope for this region to be a world leader in information and technology. ...
... overcast and it was drizzling. However, I was determined to make the most of it and joined a university project that did walks around the local area. The tour was in Portuguese which was a problem but two of the students spoke English and Spanish. For some reason which is still unknown to me, they decided to do the translation in Spanish (I was the only non Portuguese speaker). This actually proved quite fun and ...
We climbed upwards for the first half our over rocks chatty, happy but still a little cautious as the trail didn't really seem all that well-worn. Dripping with sweat, we reached the top with some awesome views of the nearby cove and local streets. Time for the drink stop, photos and a few high 5's to celebrate!
It went downhill (emotionally not literally) from there.
I hate when you reach a rarely used trail and it forks ...