Morro Das Pedras Praia Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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After Porto Alegre we had a 482 Kilometre bus ride to the Island of Florianopolis which is an upmarket Island resort area that is roughly half way between Porto Alegre and Rio. Our Hotel was situated a few minutes from the beach and had some of the best facilities we have encountered on our trip. Unfortunately Barbara and I both got heavy colds there which we are still trying to shake ...
... than Chris´s...and Alex´s and he´s a 6ft something guy!!
again some more aimless wandering. we tried to find the sea but kept either getting stuck with a huge motorway in front of us, or in a car park that was fenced in which we couldnt escape!
at 3 we parted ways with Alex (on Friday he´ll be off to Rio and then in 1 week be home!)
At 330 we collected our bags and sat at our bus terminal.
At 355 we started to get ...
... parties on that we could go to in order to listen to the triple j hottest 100, an Aussie tradition! It left us without many options so we decided to go to a nearby club that meant we would be out when the countdown would start in Australia (we had to factor in the time difference). It turned out to be pretty funny because we couldn't help but notice how young everybody in there seemed to be. There were braces surrounding us and very very drunk people in all corners. We soon ...
... funny because we were both still drunk, so I will leave these laughs with Arone and I. It did however take us about 3 out from when we were supposed to check out.. to when we actually checked out. To then have Arone score 2 Barra Beach Club wirstbands for FREE! Arone asked the owner if he could keep his wirstband we had been given when we got there to identify that we were staying at the hostel. The owner told Arone he charges $R5 for them, buuuuttt after Arone heard the price ...
... a 10-minute walk of where I´m staying. The class was fun, but as in Sao Paulo, I discovered that they´re doing "double shuffles" and "double f-laps" -- steps with 3 sounds that I´ve never seen in 30 years of tap dancing!
On Wednesday afternoon, I went to a place called Riberao da Ilha, which both my Lonely Planet guide and people here said was a pretty little old-fashioned fishing village on the southern part of the island. What I didn´t know was that it ...