Hotel Pousada Luar De Buzios
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... rio that had table service and were giving me vodka red bulls, with a sprinkle of decent MDMA. Once we left the club, We went back to the hostel and get stuck into half a bottle of left over vodka that I had from rio. We get in trouble for having our own alcohol in the hostel, so we buy some cans of coke and disguise the vodka in them. The bar even gives us some lime, which was most appreciated. The Canadian girl (whoops, forget her name already), Chris and I all continue to drink in the ...
... waters, staring beningly up at me. I shrieked "TURTLE!" and spun Josh around to admire its round shell. Unfortunately, our timing was off, and turtle-spotting quickly descended into farce. Every time I saw one breach, it was a case of “Behind you!” for Shua but, sadly, every time he turned to look, the turtle had sunk again without trace below the water. It was really quite comical.
The boat took us out to Azul Cave, a small nook carved out of the ...
... 3", possibly the funniest thing I have ever seen on TV (Moran, I know you remember this as we both practically fell off da couch laughing). This trip has tought me a lot about myself. Some of it good, some of it bad but most of the time weird. I read some of my Nietzsche book. The quotes section is pretty sweet. My favorite quote by far by him (and possibly my favorite quote ever is) "And those who were seen dancing were thought insane by those ...
... belief of mine that if Hell exists, it is one big fiery bus station whose buses go only to heaven, but never actually arrive at the bus station to pick you up). The last of our series of busses landed us in Copa Cabana, a beach-side neighborhood that's much safer than those near the center of town, and not as expensive as posh Ipanema (of 'Girl from Ipanema' fame). We ended up being in Rio for only a couple of days and, like ...
... myself up to appreciating art a little more. Considering I lived in NYC for 4 years and never went to the Moma or Met, this is progress. Everybody keeps making a fuss over it, so maybe there is something to it. Anyway, so checked out a cool photography exhibit about Angola (in Africa, Brazil is most closely tied to Angola - another old Portuguese colony - so you do hear and learn a bunch about that country here). Saw a convent, bla bla bla, ...