Hotel Santa Paula
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... you". Let's hope I will be able to learn a few phrases over the next couple of weeks. And like in Argentina, hardly anybody speaks English :-(. I am looking forward to meet Renata, the Biogen Idec HR Lead in Sao Paulo this weekend and Claude, a friend from Switzerland next week in Rio de Janeiro. And of course I am excited to redeem my farewell gift, a tandem hang glide ride from the 510m-high Pedra Bonita ...
... samba music and some really good couples were dancing. It was so much fun to watch while we had some beers and chatted. Then some people Andresa knew joined us and one of them was trying to teach me samba, I don't think he knew what he was getting himself into. I just couldn't do it. It looks like it's not too difficult just a few steps but I just don't have that natural rhythm sadly, it was fun anyway. This place was closing and I was going to go back but I was avoiding ...
After a cold night bus we arrived at the border early and had to wait an hour for it to open. Three hours later we had finally got through both sides of the border and were on our way to our accommodation, another three and a half hours away. When we arrived at our farm lodging we were very happy to not be travelling again for a couple of days. That afternoon Scott ...
The clocks went forward one hour last night but luckily rather than having us lose an hour of sleep they moved the days schedule forward one hour too. The question, which all iPhone users suffer from, is will the phone updates itself overnight or not? We used the cheap watch we bought in Floripa to gauge that. It did. Phew. Up for breakfast and brought all our bags down as we are leaving today and so they'll be with us on the jeep whilst we do some more trips before we leave. Once again ...
... that at one point one was swimming right next to the boat so we got a good view of that. Saw some heronīs and Storks, all of which seemed a little peeved at our arrival and flew off to find, I can only assume, a more peaceful fishing spot.
The boatīs engine kept stopping whilst we were puttering along and I had thought it was becuase the guide didnt want to disturb the animals. no. It just kept breaking down. After the 4th time I started to get ...