Canto Da Ilha Hotel
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... at hostels and booked one eventually and spoke to kiddies which was nice. Then watched some of tennis then went out for food. Came back and played in table tennis competition and came second! Kept hanging round as was hoping to see Dave come back but he didn't. I don't know why in my head I think he could still like me as if he did he had plenty of opportunities to spend time with me but didn't eg fri we could have hung out as ...
... ship which foundered here in 1700 odd? However, people have
continued to add to it- maybe the surf is as dangerous as it looks and more
recent deaths are also being commemorated.
The second is of thee rather fun lights found around all the
beaches here, fish shaped.
A wonderful statue which must have ...
... but luckily they let him off with a spot fine of 400 reals. Because of all this drama our hostel kicked him out not to be involved. This was one mystery solved now to get my wallet back. The hostel staff were really helpful: firstly they called the club; then they called the police and finally drove me down to the station to translate for me. The police did nothing and wouldn't even file a report. They probably thought gringo lad gets too drunk ...
... private room with a ceiling that attached to the walls. It put me in a much better mood. That evening, we headed into Centro to check out the celebrations and buy our bus tickets to Sao Paulo. I thought the area looked safe and that everyone was solely there to have a good time, however, Sebastian ‘smelled danger’ and didn’t want to party with ‘the ghetto’, so we didn’t stay long. We would have checked out some of the clubs in Florianopolis, but the ...
... she came to the hostel lounge and I chatted with both her and her husband, who was working the hostel bar. They have moved to Florianopolis from Buenos Aires to come somewhere more peaceful and because the cost of living is less here than there. It was very interesting and inspiring even to meet people who gave up close proximity to their family and an established life (they both had jobs with Dell Computers) to pack up and start all over in a brand new ...