Hotel Panorama & Acquamania Resort
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... were many vegan options available at around 5pm when they were laying the buffet out.
Terra Wok y Grille, Av. Misiones 125 is an Argentine and Asian Fusion restaurant. We had the vegetable spring rolls which were huge and served with a hoisin style sauce (2 pieces) and we had the vegetable noodle stir fry for our main course which was tasty. Prices were reasonable - I think it was 35 pesos for the ...
... which is literally a house and all of its furnishings built from plastic bottles and other recycled waste. We were given a quick tour of the fascinating building before taking a bus back to our hostel and immediately donning our swimming costumes for a dip in the pool, which came as a great relief from the oppressive heat and humidity. Now, when describing our hostel I left out one vital thing, between 6.30 and 7.00 there is a happy hour, which is very happy as ...
... around for about four hours just working on my blog. I finally got completely updated today, which I felt great about. I’d been writing every night, but just not been able to pick out all the pictures to upload or have decent wifi to upload the posts. Well today I was able to do that, and I was very happy about it.
I went back to the hostel around 4:30pm, got all my stuff and then got a taxi over to the bus terminal. I ...
... br> One the way we see more and more gaucho lifestyle. Many buildings are built from wood, there are pickup tracks everywhere and of course cows. We are also starting to see conifer trees. Also the soil everywhere is this colour of rust, almost red.
Since this is our last day in Brazil here are a few observations about Brazil and the Brazilians:
- The absolute majority of Brazilians you see are very happy outgoing people always wanting to engage ...
... central bus station. I opt for “Marcopolo Inn” just across the
street from the central bus station. In less than twenty minutes I
have accommodations for the next two nights for about US$30 per
A walk around town, a delicious and inexpensive dinner at La Dama Juana
restaurant and then I wait for my “Great Adventure” at Iguazu
Falls to begin at 7:15am tomorrow morning.