Hotel Casa Branca Guaruja
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
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... days, he used to pronounce the name of the local Vasco da Gama goalkeeper Bile as Pile. Hence, a classmate of his gave him the nickname Pele. He played in the days before South American’s jumped on the gravy train that is European football spending the majority of his career at Santos FC so much so that there is now a museum dedicated to their most famous son.
The museum cost B$9 (£2) each. I was surprised at this amount but didn’t argue and ...
... to get through immigration, collect our luggage, transfer to terminal 1, buy our tickets for Santos and board the 7am bus. It sounds simple. The 747 was on its stand with doors open at 6am. Still an hour to do all those things. Immigration only took 10 minutes. Things were looking good. Next collect luggage. Ah!…whilst the bags had already started to appear on the carousel by the time we entered the baggage hall, they were only appearing in threes with a ...
... to the mountains! He became a real adventurer. Our walk started and has been long, very long mainly because of the sun and heat. After an hour and a half and multiple breaks, we arrived at the hotel. We were red as tomatoes and really sweaty. I can tell you this did not give a good impression in front of the receptionist! ;) Once in our room, we rushed into the shower. While Terry rested, I went to the top floor to enjoy the view and swim in the pool. I ...
... headed to Igreja Metodista da Vila Nova for the main worship service. We recognized the men in this service, with a blessing of them and photo. Last week they had recognized the women, so this week it was the guys' turn. For this service, a different seminary student preached. I must confess, I didn't follow this sermon as well. By 8:30, my brain had started to wear out. 8am-10pm in Portuguese was a bit much to follow. However, I did perk up when he spoke ...
Brazil is officially the second country I fall in love with right away. (all who knows me definitely knows which one was the first :) )
It might change, as this is of course purely infatuation.
The new things. The lush green nature. The pretty people (we all know about the Brazilian girls, but the boys here aren't bad either ;) ), the great food, like the very popular Pan de queijso, breadballs with ...