Hotel Coquille - Ubatuba
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Heated pool
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A few days ago I heard that the University of Sao Paulo (USP), which my future faculty takes part of is on strike, because of financial problems with the salaries of the employees. I thought my courses would start on the 1th of august, but no one knows when they're going to start now... So I just have to wait and try to enjoy myself here in Brazil. In the mean time, Loes left Brazil for the Netherlands ...
... place for dessert :) Then it was back to the campsite for my final time sleeping in a tent on my trip - sad! I spent a good deal of time in my own company over these 4 days, plus add in the quality beach and boat time, and I feel like my spirit has recovered from the personality clashes and the goodbyes said recently. The time for tally changes is almost done with only the travel day and less than 48 hours in Rio, so let's see what that does, but no changes from the beach time ...
... powerful waves on Cachadaço Beach. My many years of Bantham beach, seemed to pull me through unscathed. On our last night we headed into Paraty by bus to get some cash to pay for our hostel and to see the small old part of the town. Ironically we seemed to bump into north of 10 friends and before we knew it there were 20 public school boys and girls sipping caipirinhas ...
... 15 times over in one mile there are so many stands and stalls selling the same thing! So we wandered around the town through the old part and ate in a por kilo restaurant again! In the morning we had loads of monkeys surrounding us as we were eating breakfast, it was mental! Next stop is Sao Paulo which will take about 6 hours on the ...
... pretty much all didnt get a wink. One couple lost it at around 4am and stormed out, cursing the humidity whilst the rest of us pushed on through. I tried my luck this morning and they let me change rooms so hopefully tonight shall be a different story. And bonus.... room to myself.
Picked up an amazing book in Ihla Grande in a book swap. The Patagonian Express by Paul Theroux where he outlines his journey ...