Hotel Ibis Florianopolis
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... but there is some food, some bars and we got a sweet ocean view room at the hotel. Do,do,do, do do…I’m Lovin It!
But this is it. We’re done. The north of Brazil is full of rain and thunderstorms, cold and misery. Even our sunny beach Joaquina is overcast with clouds today. It is time to go, time to switch it up, try something new, go a little crazy…
So, on that note, tomorrow we leave for Cartagena, Columbia. Romancing the Stone ...
Imagine going to the toilet and not being physically able to squat or let go of the bar at any point because the bus is moving too much. Until moments ago I considered myself a master squatter but seemingly I need further practise or perhaps I just need to control the giggles at times like ...
... Brazilian drink) it was paradise. Our first day here was Greg's birthday, and he was grateful not to be spending it on a bus. We ate a huge seafood dinner and spent the last our of light trying the surf. We had forgotten a lot since huanchaco.. Back to getting crushed by the ocean. The next 10 days were spent surfing in the morning, eating an all you can eat buffet lunch (they love buffets here), and then more surfing in the afternoon. Each night my arms felt like they were about ...
... because I felt like I was being able to experience something new and Amazing. It also just reinforced, that in life, you only get to leave one set of footprints, so how and where are you going to leave yours? :)
But yeah! Losing myself has basically been the theme of my life as of late! And luckily, I know a God who thinks I'm cool enough to keep around and I haven't died yet! Also a plus. I honestly think ...
... and common, has really put me off!
Did a trek from Pria Mole to the nudist beach and spent the day giggling at all the shrivelled willies! They all look like Geography teachers or traffic wardens, 90% of the people were 55+. Went to see John Digweed at Pacha with the hostel, the Pacha here is really good, they have a massive outdoor bit where they hold Creamfields. Really tired by the time we got back, bus to Iguazu tomorrow.