Hotel Parador da Cachoeira
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in, in hospital. Strange. So I'm on a mission to find a decent flat white or latte ASAP.
5. The people - some have been friendly but overall I've found them to be a little standoffish. And have you ever been on the receiving end of that stare down the nose at you? Makes me want to wave frantically and say "hi!!!!!"
There's a lot of diversity here with influences from Europe and Africa so there's no one look of a Brazilian. In fact people often ...
... I slightly miscalculated our next hop. Originally assuming it would be a 12 hour bus ride at most, it soon became apparent that it was slightly further than that. Our hops ended up being a 45 minute boat ride to shore, 2 hours by bus to Paraty, 7 hours to São Paulo and finally an 8 hour night bus to Curitiba. Oops. On the plus side I think I read 4 books in that time :). I already regret not staying a night or two in Paraty as an hour's perambulation through the ...
... Jedi. The views of the surrounding beaches and lagoon are spectacular. On one trip back from the beach we heard a rustle in the bush. It was a fairly residential setting, so we weren't expecting much in the way of wildlife. All of sudden, a lizard about 1m in length fled from the bush we were stood next to and darted into adjacent greenery. Another startling reminder of the creatures and nature that's so accessible to visitors of this country. With Xmas fast ...
... has such a fantastic reputation. We both agreed that we had to come back. That evening we ate dinner in a local Italian restaurant. Gustavo and Martina’s father was in town on business and joined us. After dinner we said farewell to Martina and Angelo because the following morning we hopped on the bus to Montevideo in Uruguay. Ironically as we drove over the bridge to the mainland the sun was shining. Six hours later we arrived in Porto Alegre. Here we had to ...
... There was about 20 guys surfing on a bank down the south end, the wind here was also onshore at the moment. I found a nice place on the sand, sat down and read my book for an hour or so.
I went back to the main road to catch the bus back to the hostel. I got on the wrong bus and had to walk a little extra, luckily I got off when I knew it turned the wrong way. There was a good looking bakery we hadn't been to yet so I got a big muesli slice for a ...