Canto Da Ilha Hotel
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but there are some gems, which I have attached photos of.
A wonderful old fig tree, a nice cathedral, and nice and
tidy downtown streets.
After Rio, we felt much safer here. Interestingly, a lot
more white local faces than Rio- not Europeans as such, but the many German and
... journey - we ended up sharing some Mate with them and they fed us at regular intervals with the whiskey they were drinking, or as it is pronounced in this part of the world 'wikeee'. We were definitely the token gringos on a bus full of South American holiday makers. Which is always a good thing. With it being Caz's birthday we decided to splurge a little bit on our accommodation and stayed in a nice apartment 2 minutes walk from one of the best ...
... beaches, ranging from Ibiza style clubbing beach towns to empty and deserted . I learnt to surf and we also did a day hike to a waterfall and a beach. One day we ended up in a Bloco after relaxing with a few beers in Cento, then another we were caught up in chaos from protests. We truly kicked back and relaxed. We spent five nights here before hot footing it to The Iguazu ...
... some Brazilian friends with which we practiced our Portuguese and they were our guides during the journey.
They showed us an exotic place called Lagoa da Conceição, it is a large lagoon near the center of Florianópolis that it gets particularly crowded during the Brazilian summer. There are a lot of boats, beautiful houses and fancy restaurants. It isn´t safe to swim in the lagoon but you can buy a traditional red wine ...
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On our last day we walked 40mins to a beach on the south of the island. We watched some sandboarders and ate our sandwiches... And the heavens opened! Not just normal rain, massive rain, the actual drops were huge, and ...