Hotel Villa Canoas
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... they returned. Mind you, it was a warm day so getting soaked would feel good. Then it was time to board the bus that took us back to the main entrance/exit where we bought a couple of souvenirs. Gisela had called for a taxi while we were shopping and this time the driver was a young Brazilian guy. It is always so interesting talking to the locals because we do not speak fluent Spanish and of course no Portuguese so we miss out on so much ...
... was jam-packed with people selfying themselves. It was dramatic but we did question the effort. Fortunately the two lower viewing paths on offer were much less populated and provided us with the stunning views we had hoped for. At its height the water drops 82 metres & the falls are semicircular in shape and very very wide. Most of the water comes from rainfall deposited in ...
... everyone filtered off to sleep in a bed, a pleasant change from the night before. A few of us continued on and after some reds finished the night looking at the stars and a perfect night sky listening to the free entertainment of a german with a guitar.
Eeeeeeeee, it’s Christmas!!!!
Well not really it is actually Christmas Eve but in South America the majority of people celebrate Christmas on the 24th with the 25th lent over to ...
... were not yet rebuilt.
Before we set out, we had to book a time for our waterfall boat trip. The guy explained to us that if we walked the upper and then the lower paths, we would end up at the jetty by midday, in time for the 12:10pm trip.
We decided against the train and walked the Sendero Verde trail to the Central area. There were not many people on the trail and we were well spread out which made it a very pleasant walk, we could enjoy the sounds ...
... other countries.
We found a 'per kilo' restaurant for lunch and tested the swimming pool in the hostel. It was tiny btw. but refreshing nonetheless. In the evening we had a free caipirinhas at the hostel and then we set to look for rodizio dinner. Femi was starting to get nervous that he will not get his rodizio while we are still in Brazil, so we had to fix it. We found one and it was good. We paid about £8 each and had unlimited meat brought to our table. ...