Hotel Pousada Luar De Buzios
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... camp in the mountains and returned wiser and beaten up.
We were pleasantly surprised to meet and hang with our good friends the Royes family in Chiang Mai for a week.
We then flew to Bangkok to see an old mountain biking buddy John and his cool family.
We then took a DRUK air flight from BKK to Paro (Bhutan) rated one of the scariest landing strip in the world right in the ...
One thing we did encounter throughout Brazil was the realization that money doesn’t go a long way! Brazil was the most expensive country we visited on our tour of South America – if not the most expensive of all countries we visited. Hotel accommodation in Brazil (certainly in large cities) blew our budget apart. Basic hotels were circa £200 (minimum) a night. To upgrade or try to stay in popular districts added at least another £100 a night to ...
... of the town, closely located to the beach, although there are something like 35 beaches to choose from on the peninsula of Buzios. The town is great, its got a really lively atmosphere and is a lot more genuine than its Spanish equivolents. Theres lots of restaurants to choose from and plenty of bars. One of the nicest and most popular serves every kind of crepe you can ...
... Tupiniquim Hostel in Botafogo and the grunts... "Hablas Espanol"? Woops no sorry was my reply. He then gets out of the cab and asks every single taxi driver in the airport arrivals stretch, the way to my hostel (what a doughnut). Ok so after some hair-raising and 'near death' driving, I arrive. The Tupiniquim Hostel is a funky laid back hostel with bean bags in the front room, free web on Apple Macs, its own residential barman (Marcelos), and chef! ...
... continued in Buenas Aires! All in all Rio is a really nice city although all the reports of crime put you slightly ill at ease. You just need to be on your toes! Dean: It did feel a little like being on Bay Watch, when we were on the beach (except Bay Watch is based in California, I know!). I think that Alex was a little disappointed, as most of the men seemed more interested in impressing other men (there is a bit of a gay scene here in ...