Ibis Indaiatuba Viracopos Hotel
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All I needed to do was click my heals and say "there's no place like home"...
A few snaps from on the way to Viracopos airport near Campinas.
People always ask why I insist on the window seat, this is why: The take off video is here.
Its good to be home.
... slowing becoming more affordable for brazilians). Brazilian airports have the vast majority of shops and food places before check in, which is weird because the tax is so high that you'd think duty free would be popular! We flew with Azul who were the cheapest and supposed to be the Brazilian lost cost airline, but it's no wonder flying is expensive for the brazilians because you get given ...
... and relaxing and it felt like a great place to unwind after a long day. The gender signs in on the restroom doors were amusing to see. The men’s room featured a man with a large belly and the women’s room featured the backside of four women in thong bikinis.
After the light dinner, we headed back to the hotel to rest up for the next day’s work. Less than 24 hours left in Brazil, but I already felt like I had gotten to see and experience the culture. ...
... other people at the hotel seem to be here for a conference, or on vacation with their kids. All the women were in sundresses and sandals, and walking into the hotel felt like I had just arrived for a tropical resort getaway. By the time I checked in, dropped my stuff off and rested for 30 minutes it was close to 7:30pm, so I headed down to dinner at the hotel's restaurant. The fact that there was a gate and security ...
After a surprisingly comfortable sleep considering the heat we had an early departure of 6.45am to try and make a dent in the long distance we still had to travel to get to Paraty. The day passed by thanks to a book, a game of cards for some, and endless truck chatter. The weather changed between scorching heat and two bouts of rain ...