InterCity Premium Florianopolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and a guy from São Paulo. We got a bus and then went on this walk to a secluded beach that you can only reach from an hour walk. It was a great beach although the weather was disappointing. We were tired so we all had a little nap on the beach and got woken up to rain. We then walked back and got a bus back to the hostel. I was feeling really tired so had a chilled evening and just cooked and read my book and went to bed. The ...
... again and again until i didnt fall in anymore and made my way successfully back. You will be pleased to know that i was successful on attempt 2. It was heaps of fun and really made me realise that floripa was an amazing place. I had now done 2 new things here (this and i sand boarded last year).
Useche suggested we go for a hike to a high point where we can see the sun set and it was ...
... they'd had!! :( Chris and I caught the bus to the mainland to explore and also get some cash. The town was a pretty little place and completely different to Curitiba which felt like a busy working city where as Floripa had the chilled out Brazilian vibe and was at the slower pace of the smaller towns. We had a wander down along the sea. It was so windy this day as you will see from Chris's hair in the photos!!! We sat down for lunch and his hair was all poofed up on one side! ...
... that slept in a tent on the patio. The cook may have indulged in just as much recreational substances as his employer, but the one night he cooked us some of the best barbecue chicken that we've ever tasted.
During our 3 days on the east coast of the island we did pretty much exactly the same thing as we did in Punta del Diablo - rot on the beach. The caipirinhas were delicious, the surf was glorious and we also bought beach bats when we started to feel a ...
... time because one is an extremely silly 8-month-old German shepherd who likes to jump on everybody. Her name is Tequila and she seems sweet, but totally rambunctious and disobedient.
Today I took the bus downtown to the historic center, but absolutely everything -- including cafes -- was closed. At least I could see the central square and cathedral from the outside, but the place was practically a ghost town. I was a bit surprised, given ...