Mercure Florianopolis Convention
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... some culture rather than risk sitting by the beach in the rain.
After Sao Paulo I caught a flight down to Florianopolis in the hope of some good weather and sort of enroute to Iguazu Falls.
I picked one of South America's top five hostels and following a short flight I took the local buses to the hostel... arriving 2 hours later...to find the place perched on a hill in a small bay with ...
... I get to Floripa and I almost immediately bail. According to the weather forecast it was basically going to rain all 3 days I was there. I almost took an overnight bus to Iguaza Falls. This is a beautiful waterfall at the borders of Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. That was the plan but the hangover was screaming to just relax in Floripa, weather be damned. So I get to the hostel and I immediately know that this place is perfect. I pass ...
... for about 5 minutes but after getting Sea urching spikes stuck in my toes decided to get out and not return. I am still paying 2 weeks later as they have never come out of my foot. That evening we decided to take it easy and just endulge in one beer after our dinner. Florianopolis was such a beautiful peaceful place we only wish we could have stayed a bit longer. The following day we were catching a bus to Uruguay.
Kirsty & Joe
... about it before, but I decided to make a profile just to see who's around the area and I contacted a couple people and what do you know! I have a potential coffee meeting this Wednesday with a girl from Argentina! Que Legal! (How cool!) I also looked up an old foreign exchange email from the Universidade that had all the foreign exchange students cc'd in the email and sent out a mass email just to see if anyone ...
Rio was kinda crazy. Mr. Customs was very intense and lazily glanced at my papers for about fifteen seconds, stamped it, and sent me on my merry way. I have been able to use my Portugues all day; however, as sleep continued to be deprived, both my understanding and speaking skills went kaput. We were accosted by a "Hey what up my man, lemme help you," aeroporto worker who after being rejected for ...