Ingleses Praia Hotel
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... was worth the blood, sweat and tears (I fell along the way and now have a massive bruise to finish the trip). The beach was almost deserted with huge waves and beautiful yellow sand. We spent a while jumping in the waves and watching Andy trying, and failing, to catch crabs.
Next, and penultimate, stop is Iguazu for one last waterfall!!
Will check in from there
Dave and Cat ...
... to the dance floor and stayed there until 4am. When it came to home time, no head count was carried out and before we knew it seven of us had piled into a taxi. The journey home was spent with my head in a footwell, with a Kiwi next to me who had a Cypriot asleep on his knee. In one of my less-than-elegant life moments I exited the taxi backwards, hands first. The next morning I woke up in my hostel dorm with two of the Aussies sprawled out ...
... was very welcoming I felt at home here. Tilting point between eventually wanting to settle down with a white girl or other nationalities. Had a great time with Arianna drinking Caipirinhas on the sand dunes and in a samba club, I felt this huge feelings of contentment with how I look due to amount of incredible girls checking me out. Florianopolis was an awesome start to my Brazilian ...
... home for a good sleep.
There was a very good reason as to why we caught on our blog so rapidly. The main reason was on our second day in Florianopolis, there were thunderstorms and we couldn’t even leave our room. So after a good amount of catching up on the blog we looked forward to going to the beach on the third day. Our day at beach started with Lucky deciding to pick up a couple of bikinis. The water temperature hadn’t changed much since the ...
... games on the beach we’ve learnt that with little persuasion, hostel happy hour and an excuse of a birthday all there’s to do is have a party. Music selected to represent everyone’s home country, tango dancing, free flowing caipirinhas and a bus ride into town to find the bars had closed, a liquor shop stop and a bus ride back the party continued ...