Hotel Don Quijote
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In Buzios we stayed in an amazing bed and breakfast called Alisia Hotel that is owned by a Brazilian/German couple who moved there 30 years ago and built an amazing place. The architecture is in a unique style to Buzios where they cut the space up with multi leveled roofs. Very beautiful and great energy flow.
I got a mankini and Stella found designer Bikinis for $5 each. We soaked ...
... day and after leaving the Sambadromo we literally watched 15 empty taxis go past us until we convinced one guy to take us back to the hostel. How they're going to run the Olympics, I'm really not sure. When we got back to the hostel the hostel employees were all drinking and having a good time. At one point they locked up the hostel gates so when my taxi arrived the drunk hostel worker couldn't find the key to let me out so we had to throw my bags over the gate ...
... seat nearly impossible to sit on after more then an hour. It did not help that the streets were cobblestone so the extra bumpiness reminded us every moment that our seats did not have much padding. In order to make it back to the rental shop James had to rig his break system so that it would hold up. We ended up returning our bikes after only a few hours though we had them rented for the entire day because they were that bad! Not a good choice on our ...
Hi Everybody! It´s Carnival...time to get my Samba feet on! (more on that in the next update) Well Charlotte is currently sound asleep but I´ve woken early(ish) to get on with some boring jobs regarding the next steps on our travels. Okay, so I think Charlotte has filled everyone in about adjusting to hostel life. Well actually we are both really enjoying it now which is a relief. It is very easy to meet people although I tend to forget where they say they ...
Hey everyone! Wow, it's been exactly 2 months since my last entry. So sorry you've been in the dark so long! After returning from Japan, life in Brazil resumed as usual. Then, on August 29th...I was given some bad news. The school had been having some 'fiscal' problems and as a result...I, along with a few others were chosen to be 'downsized'. I was also informed that...as a result of no longer working at the school, I would ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting