Morro Das Pedras Praia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... visit you are going to love it mi was thinking of you today and I am so happy you are coming you will fall in love with it. I stayed until 5 pm and then got a bus back. I bumped into the 4 English girls in the supermarket, they have moved to this part of the island too. I then cooked a curry for myself and now am just doing jobs on my iPad. I need to sort out my next plans. I am here for 2 more nights. That's all I know for now. I'll keep you ...
Question - How do you get three Aussies, a Cypriot, a New Zealander and a British girl in a taxi? Answer - Pay the taxi driver 10 Brazilian Reals (about £2.50) each and he'd probably squeeze a few more in his five-man cab too. Florianopolis has been just like home: cold, foggy and rainy. For the first time since leaving the UK I've been wearing my hoodie and sleeping under a quilt rather than just a sheet. The Aussie lads I met at breakfast on ...
... theatre band with Aninha and Raymond on my first night out in Floripa, the three of us then attended P12 nightclub with load of pools, beds overlooking the ocean and a huge canvas cover with Above and Beyond DJing. At the entrance an unbelievably confident good looking Brazilian girl approached me and demanded to know my details. After this party I decided that Brazilian women were ...
... We were staying in the island of Santa Marta, even though it is called Florianopolis. The hotel we booked was in a remote area on the north side of the island. The taxi would cost us $35US and the bus would cost us $6US. The two of us were tired and our bags were getting heavier by the day. Since we would not be returning to this terminal until we leave, I booked our last overnight bus to Rio de Janeiro. We caught a taxi and headed to Santinho Beach.
The idea ...
The 5th and final day found Nat and I not wanting to say good bye to
Floronopolis. Looking out at the ocean from the breakfast patio, with the ocean breeze on my face, the sounds of the waves lapping at the foot of the hostile and the beach begging me to lay dawn, have a nap and to enjoy the teped waters was too much...
After some discussion Nat and I decided to look into seeing if we could switch
tickets. The hostel said they could put us in ...