Hotel Boutique Quinta Das Videiras
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Everyone was hungover today. Noone made breakfast which means no one had lunch either. What is the logical solution? Keep drinking of course. Postpone the hangover for another day.
Sam and I checked out this morning because we had to get a move on, but we were going to hang around the hostel for the day to wait for our bus. We all had our first beer about midday with the owner of the hostel who had ...
... did however improve slightly as we spent more time in Brazil and we even managed to navigate ourselves to Paraty (via Sao Paolo). Paraty, like Florianopolis is another beach town full of cobbled streets, bars with live music and lots of seafood. We also were lucky to land a hostel slap bang on the beach front and even had a day of sunshine to work on the tans! Florianopolis and Paraty get a thumbs up for the relaxation but it gets a thumbs down for weather (apart from one ...
... THINGS WE DID: 1) The Falls - incredible. Can't wait to see the Argentinian side! 2) Hiked through the jungle to a gorgeous beach and lagoon. At the lagoon we met a Chilean guy who appears to live in the bushes - he was having a shave when we found him. 3) Lay on various other beaches - ALOT 4) Met our Irish friends Tara and Gavin for a JAAARRRRR 5) Failed to make it through a single day without beer 5) Played 21 and ruined Leo 6) Beer day - does ...
The last few days we spent in Floripa were pretty chilled.
Unfortunately the weather turned bad for a couple of days so we spent time playing pool, surfing the net and power snoozing (the latter being one of my known guilty pleasures).
We didn't get to see any whales despite walking along the beach one day (13km stretch) with our new found Kiwi friend Angela (who we had met in Ilha Grande with her boyf) and met ...
... looked like paradise.
And paradise it was, a small city with large lakes that look like seas and a vast choice of different beaches all in one place. The people here remind me of the Caribbean, they truly live the island life. Sun, sea and sand. We took two more local buses and arrived at our hostel, Che Lagarto. A pretty cool hostel, with ample noise from the wildlife outside at night along with a guy that kept drumming and disturbing our sleep (the drumming noise ...