Morro Das Pedras Praia Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I set off on my first day on a short trek over a hill to reach some deserted beaches. The scenery across multiple bays and the lagoon on the way was spectacular, as was the first beach I arrived to. Unfortunately (as I had been warned) the beach is frequented by nudists. After growing fed up of middle aged men mincing up and down the beach I headed over to the next bay where the beach was home to a more normal ...
... a bit to recharge the batteries, and then wake up and start reading a book. Everyone in the hostel was just lounging around reading so I abandoned my plans for Iguaza Falls so I could unwind for a bit after Rio. On the first night the entire hostel got basically hammered. It poured that night and we just drank caipirinhas and listened to the rain. The next day the forecast was for an 80% chance of rain. Day 2 in Floripa and no rain! ...
... here and what was up. I've gotten two responses thus far and I'm pretty stoked! Ask and you shall receive man. Today was just awesome to 'meet' people in the area and just kinda chill. Very much needed!
There was a flippin' Timon and Pumba status beetle flying up in my space. So I made a video of the utter destruction. The video doesn't do it justice because it looks like this tiny, helpless ...
... the nerve to ask us for a tip. We gave him three bucks. Not sure why.
After bunches and bunches of walking we get to the Florianopolis connection, which, after a slight delay, turned out to be super quick and easy. I even got to see Cristo Redentor! Which was muito pequeno (very small) from such a height.
Landing, both Robinson and I agreed, was like stepping into Jurassic Park. The airport was ...
... we realised Sao Paulo had been put on high flood alert that day... We enjoyed our short time in Sao Paulo, and wished we'd spent a bit longer there. If anyone is planning a visit, we can thoroughly recommend the highly efficient metro - London you've got a lot to learn!!
We left Sao Paulo in the evening, on our 12 hour overnight bus to Florianopolis. We'd planned our entertainment well - ipod, books, travel guides ...