Hotel Coquille - Ubatuba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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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 ...
This post is a bit boring because all we've done is just travel and sleep. We got up at 3 am for a 7am flight. Unfortunately, G Adventures couldn't book their normal non-stop over flight to São Paolo (!) so we'd be stopping in Curitiba for an hour. It also would mean that we'd land in the domestic terminal not the international one, thus, adding 1.5 hours onto our already 5ish hour journey :((((((( to Paraty It was not fun. On the other hand our internal flights were with ...
Today we all met up at 8.45. We went for a walk to have breakfast. Some of us went to the supermarket to get something instead and found a place to eat it. After breakfast we met up with the rest of the group and went to book a boat trip for the day. I decided to book with lunch, didn't wanna carry around my own food. The boat left at about 11. We had a couple of stops here and there. At the stops we could either swim in to the beach or ...
... to go home to Hamburg and Corrine was running barefoot on the cobblestones, falling all over the place and grazing her knees quite badly. I was so glad to have stuck to only one drink. We made it home safely, but what a day! It was only 8.30pm!
After putting the drunk people to bed, Steph, myself, Vanessa and a very, very drunk Thuy went out to get pizza. Thuy was so drunk that she could not pronounce words, so every sentence was slurred nonsensical ...
... Diego's small Fiat. It was cosy but not too cramped. Diego strapped his surfboard to the roof and off we went!
It was a pretty good trip really. Diego was playing his iPod and he had a good blend of music. Samba, Bossanove, American Hip-Hop, Brazillian Hip-Hop, pop songs, reggae and more. Diverse but all stuff I liked. Sao Palo seemed never ending but once we got out of the city the drive was very scenic. Green everywhere!! So much ...