Canto Da Ilha Hotel
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... a trip to the coach's cramped airplane-style loo downstairs (I won't go into detail here for both our sakes) and therefore consequently a severe lack of sleep... We assumed it must have been the seafood spaghetti he had eaten the night before at the bus terminal, but it was the best of an array of dodgy-looking eateries there. Oh well, the soldier that is Josh, powered through the night and survived the ordeal, still managing to remain smiley and positive the ...
... everything, our focus on surfing left only half a day to try out sand boarding. Much more tiring than expected. It's just like snowboarding, but without the chairlifts. After 10 runs we looked like castaways desperately climbing the desert dunes to get to water. Even after 11 days here we were reluctant to leave. Great nature, amazing food, abundant sports, and nice people; another place I could easily imagine living. One last overnight bus ride and we were off to meet Jesse in São ...
... a taxi at the front of the airport. In the taxi it took about an hour to reach our hostel the traffic was really bad on the way.
We dropped our bags off then went out to have a little look around Barra Da Loga which is the area where we are staying. For dinner we went to a Japanese restaurant and had some sushi. There wasn't much going on at the beach or in the street so we headed back to ...
... table full of left over dinner which the birds were nibbling at) to get the 3 o clock scenic train to Curitiba. We had decided to go tourist class because economy in this direction meant facing backwards. The train wound its way through the forest covered mountains. This was certainly the best mode of transport for the day. Luckily i didn't need to wear my anarak as the rain had stopped by ...
There is a bakery across a footbridge and a few blocks into town. I have visited it a minimum of once a day since I have been in Floripa. The bakery boasts a wide array of baked goods, ranging from fresh bread, to an assortment of cakes, to breakfast sandwiches. Yesterday, Dixon and I made some sort of bet with a deck of cards and I won, so I got to eat whatever I wanted for breakfast on his dime. This ending up being two egg sandwiches, half of a chocolate ...