Mercure Florianopolis Centro
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... exactly how these days were planned to be. We went on a dive trip to Isla Alvoredho, which turned out to be very special because it was tailored as a scuba discovery dive for people who never dived in their life before and I was the only one with a certification apart from the guides. However it was a great day on the boat, laying in the sun, swimming and practicing Spanish with all the Argentineans on ...
... s the little things that matter at hostels I find and GH was no different. Next to the fridge full of beers there's a pen and piece of paper. The hostel simple request your honesty; if you take a beer write it down and you can pay for it when you check-out. Whether this is the norm in SA I don't know, but it was pleasant surprise here. Our penchant for meeting friendly Germans continued at the GH. Tiphaine, a guy from Berlin who'd been in SA for a few months, was in the ...
... br> And so to Friday, the 17 of May. For international readers unaware of the significance of this day, it is the Norwegian National Day, a huge occasion in Norway and not least for Madam Randers. We insisted on celebrating the day in some way and for lunch we returned to the local market and to a small, but popular little restaurant (we later found out it was one of the best restaurants in town) called Box 52. We ordered some champagne, aka Brazilian cava - which ...
... location on the beach. I LOVE everything about the beach. I could the play in the water and with Gabriel's toys and the ice cream man comes by all the time!!! What more could a little boy want in life? I did stand out on the Brazilian beach as no other child wore a long sleeve sun protection shirt or long board shorts or a big floppy hat!
The grown-ups did drag us away from the beach to visit the nearby ...
... in it, but I have never experienced Days of straight downpour. And so I purchased my first umbrella. The thing is awesome. They call them guardachuvas here which basically means rain-guard, which is a heck-of-a-lot more logical than 'umbrella.' But the things are so weird. You like open it up and you are thwarting nature. It feels like you are walking around with a personal force field protecting you. A concentrated cylinder of Nature-blocking power in ...