Luisa Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a bit of German coming from Blumenau, the largest German settlement in Brazil which is hosting the third largest Octoberfest in the world. After meeting Rosa and Cardoso who prepared breakfast for us, we were extremely happy with this fantastic place four blocks away from the beach. Located in a residential area with security guards, the place is surrounded by blossoming flowers, palm trees and ...
... Tash was leaning in asking what the hold up was in her broken Spanish, still not realising the balls-up that I'd made. I continued to smile, hoping that my facial expression would somehow put right the stupid mistake I'd made. We had only 15 minutes left before our bus to Florianopolis left São Paulo, but we had no tickets or seats!! Luckily, you'll be pleased to read, a Supervisor bowled off, clicked the mouse a few times, looked me up and down, tutted, and ...
... place in Brazil with fantastic beaches and great diving opportunities.
From the airport we drove straight to dinner, a fantastic sushi restaurant overlooking the massive lake in the middle of Flor and further away we could see the ocean. It was already late when we arrived, and since Gustavo and co all had to work the next day, we went back to Gastavo’s apartment, where we were staying, located right in downtown.
The next morning we were ...
... decorations EVERYWHERE, and I almost thought I was back in Australia as we passed the Aussie Pub which was named 'The Didge'!
Fabiana couldn't have chosen a better beach for us to play at. We all fell in love with Praia Daniela, which is a small beach town located on a tiny peninsula.
I either walked or hitched a ride on Dad's shoulders for the trip that took us a few blocks from ...
... And my roommates and I are joking about many a awkward situation as such and I tell them, "Eu sei que vocÍs nunca vao acredito isso, mas na verdade, eu nunca tive 'sexo' " which translates to "I know you won't believe this, but honestly, I've never had sex"
The following conversation was one of the best I've had in my life. Having to explain my stance on marriage and 'esperando' (waiting) is difficult enough in English haha, but it ...