Hotel Zibamba

Address: Rua Fernandes Dias, 27, Sao Francisco do Sul, State of Santa Catarina, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Fernandes Dias, 27, Sao Francisco do Sul.
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    Travel Blogs from Sao Francisco do Sul


    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Dec 30, 2014

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    ... the point from a nearby beach and strolled along to the fishermans beach in search of space to dry off, and then shade.

    Joined a bunch of local biddies on the shady bench waiting for the bus, no shelter & unsigned of course. It was a long 2.5 hour trip back as yet more queues, this time for an accident.

    Happily the petrol station on the corner had decent cold beer as was ready to rehydrate.



    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Dec 29, 2014

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    ... not like other European settlements I’ve seen previously which have been in cooler climates more suited to familiar crops and animals, this valley has jungle
    covered hills, bananas and rice paddies.

    At Joinville terminal had a painful time researching buses to Sao Fran’ for the next day – the guy spent 10 mins looking at the map and still got the wrong location for the bus stop – was ...

    Joinville is not pronounced join ville...

    A travel blog entry by adandgen on Aug 19, 2013

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    ... attractions seem to be cemeteries. There is one called the vertical cemetery where there are big walls with tombs stacked on top of each other. We also tried to go to another cemetery created by and for German immigrants from the 18th century, but it was closed. It looked pretty from the outside though. So in Joinville there wasn't much to do except hang out at Mick and Ju's place learning English, drinking wine and playing with their three dogs. Which we did. And it was awesome! ...

    Brazil as seen by Brazilians

    A travel blog entry by heresjonnay on Apr 25, 2013

    ... largest economy, only a very small number of companies made it into the Forbes list.

    Another prominent issue here is the high taxes and the lack of services returned to the tax payers. The tax here is quite extreme in the case of technology, cars, houses, and more advanced commodities. While the necessities like food are cheap, anything more luxurious will cost an arm and a leg. The main complaint though ...


    A travel blog entry by heresjonnay on Apr 25, 2013

    ... in the Brazilian way- buffets. Now that means you take what you want and they weigh it at the end, not an all-you-can-eat. There were so many choices and optional extras it was just impossible to decide on which ones to get.

    Lastly we went to survey the venue for Alexia’s farewell party tomorrow night. It will be held ...