Hotel Porto da Ilha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We stayed at a really cool hostel called barra beach club which had ocean views and basically it's own private beach and all free surf boards, beach toys etc. first day we just chilled on the beach and played bat and ball and checked out the small town. The next day we decided to try out sand boarding on the huge sand dune in Jociana which was really fun although Chris was a lot better ...
... town that contained little to do besides walk along the very pretty riverside and wait for your ride back to Curitiba. Kate had heard of some tubing to be done somewhere nearby but after an hour it seemed unlikely until some locals rang a taxi for us and told us to go to the next town 6km away. The place we arrived at looked completely dead and we walked around what was essentially someone's estate calling out for ten minutes until someone popped their head out to confirm ...
... was started by Professor Schneider as an effort to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in Santa Catarina and Brazil. The place has multiple divisions and programs that each play a role in supporting this cause. Since its origin in 1989, Floripa's Information and Technology industry has grown exponentially and surpassed its tourism revenues.
After CERTI, we visited CELTA, which is one of Brazil's first Incubator, it was created by ...
... sandy beaches drenched in sun. Not to worry I thought as the hostel is famed for its home cooked food and friendly backpackers. When I arrived the place was almost deserted and dinner had been cancelled! That night those that were there went to bed at 10.00pm and I ended up watching 'The Hangover 2' with the guy that ran the hostel. Hardly the rock and roll atmosphere Floripa was famed for.
The next day ...
... that it was a nudist beach and we were most certainly over-dressed!
A quick trail over some rocks and we discovered our Mole Beach complete with deck chairs, umbrellas, Agua de Coco (Coconuts with a straw) and eventually let our bodies relax and be calm. Needless to say, we caught the bus home!
Tonight us Jane's are going to be more civilised and hit the Floripa club scene to find some Tarzans in the event we do that hike again!