Palmas Parque Hotel
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... we saw a caged artificial football field so with our freshly pumped ball we went back their though unfortunately it wan locked shut. Not to stress we went for a quick stroll to I another grassy ares right by the lake. We started playing hacky there and not long after a man and his dogs came strolling by. The man wanted to join in with us so he took off his jacket and we all played together. While we were playing the dogs were ...
We left Ilha Grande with plenty of time to spare to start our trek across Brazil. The thought of a 24 hour bus journey in hindsight sounds infinitely more appealing than what eventually materialised. After 9 or so hours getting to São Paulo we discovered that we had missed the last bus to Foz de Iguazu. We decided to change our plan and head to Floríanopolis, a cool city further down the coast. Although we had come up with a spontaneous and ...
... well. In the morning we went to the beach for the afternoon. It was nice to be able to relax. The area feels far more exotic than Argentina. There is a lot of palm trees and jungly forest on the hills of the peninsula that makes up Florianopolis. It's very beautiful and I feel like I really am far from home here. The beach was a small bay with lots of waves. There were some surfers out there but it wasn't a place you could learn to surf. The current was very strong. ...
... feel drawn to them or repelled from the stones. Both Jonny and I felt pretty much indifferent about the stones but maybe we’re just not into the travelling spirit yet! We then start our scrambling down to the first beach we can see, which we find out as we leave this beach that it was the nudist beach. Lucky for us the sun had disappeared from that beach or we may have got a few surprises. The next beach is a big wide bay and one that you can still ...
... Apparently, southern Brazil also has a hole in the ozone layer above it, so I ended up burning my face slightly. Luckily, it wasn't as bad as the sunburn I suffered a few years ago in Chile - I'm still traumatized by that!
Other than the trip to Joaquina, today's activities consisted mostly of eating ... and more eating ... not being sure if anything would be open by the time I landed in Rio ...