Travel Blogs from Paulinia
... 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 ...
... pub called Seo Rosa. The warm breeze flowed through the indoor/outdoor bar area and we sat overlooking the street. I tried a traditional Brazilian cocktail called a Caipirinha, made with cachaca (a sugar cane based liquor that I liken to a rum), sugar and lime. It is very refreshing and in style and taste kind of a mix between a margarita and a mojito. It was delicious and made me want to be on the beach enjoying more. We ordered some different flatbread ...
... the resort complex, coupled with what I read about some of the high risks for foreign travelers to Brazil, made me not want to venture out past the resort area for food. It turned out to be fine, though. Dinner was a buffet of options with a variety of salads and cheeses to choose from, and entrees that covered both South American and North American fare. I had a delicious seafood salad, cheese and hearts of palm, and ...
After a really hot and humid and very sunny day, we had a delightful and dramatic storm that cooled things off dramatically.
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Sunday morning walk up to the Jardim Orquideas and then back down the along the marginal before lunch in the mercado.
A lot of flowering trees and things... noticed a liguiambar (from the states) in the jardim... also a teeny tiny apple like plant... it seems pretty happy.
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