Hotel El Cazar
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... do this!!! I took a deep breath and let go of the ladder. It was a wonderful sight. The videos I took aren't that great but it was very cool to see all the fish gathering around the boat. I swam around for probably 20 minutes and started to feel a bit sick from gulping the salt water by accident and having panic attacks. I tried to fall asleep on the boat back but I was very very sick. Luckily I made it back without ...
... and shopping districts where even a cafe latte costs a small mortgage!
In the evening we took a taxi to Vila Madalena. An upmarket neighbourhood with trendy bars and restaurants where we dined on cultural classics such a fried chicken and pizza! Later taking a taxi to pursue more of the Brazilian nightlife.
We spent a short time in Sao Paulo (2 nights and realistically 1 whole day). More time would have given us a chance to explore the museums and ...
... 25! Needless to say, I had no idea it would be so much, and I didn't pay, I didn't go in, and I sulked off back to the room to dance the mosquito dance until exhaustion took over and I slept. A word about travel companions. You never know until you go, do you? Never had a single problem with Carolina in all the times we'd met before this holiday, but after three days constantly in each other's company I decided that ...
... have some contest of who can get up 1st and scare their passenger the most! It was going steeply up the moutain turning lots of corners, with m***********s in the road, going head-on into other cars and motor bikes and trying to over take vechiles in front! My eyes were streaming by I could hear the newpaper headlines in my head- And none would have felt sorry for me- I was crazy to go there in the first place! Anyway the rid up was a real adrenaline! hehe! When we got to the ...
... knackered in a overly expensive dump of a hotel in Copacabana for the night. First thing the next day we checked ourselves into a far cheaper, and nicer hostel, although as we are now in a pricier part of the world it is dorm beds again. We then checked out Copacabana and did the required havaiana shopping (my flip flops were beginning to look very scruffy). The beach is lovely and the mountain backdrop is stunning and there ...