Perola Buzios Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Our hotel is a bit different with just 15 rooms and amazing views over the town and bay. Room is a bit small with just a small wardrobe and one drawer for clothes, a little inadequate for two of us who will have been away for three weeks but no problem really.
As we will in the main be relaxing here I may not do a blog every day whilst we are here which will probably be a relief to you all
... been during high season - it was actually VERY low season that I had gone in (weekend of 28th august, 2010) - it was quite chilly actually - and impossible to walk around without a sweater.
I bought myself an anklet, a bracelet (which i am wearing right now) , made friends with a lady who painted with her hands, and actually got a painting done by her ( i have it on my show case right now) - then headed towards a place where ...
... me a bit but if it´s good enough for Brazilians than surely it´s good enough for my ass. So, I buy a couple liters of milk, some Sucrhillos and I´m skipping all the way back to my apartment as happy as an HIV virus in Magic Johnson (possibly their most famous victim). The bad part is that I have to wait for the milk to get chilled before I can scarf down the cereal. This is one of the longest waiting episodes of my life, seriously. ...
... a glimmer of hope, he had heard they were selling tickets at the samba office in impanema just 2 blocks away. We bolted there through throngs of party-goers who packed the street, the mad party that is carnival started today Get there, ask for tickets, they are scarce, grandstand tickets are left, but that's ******, too far from the action, no reserved seats, but 100 reals only for grandstand, reserved seats sold out,almost nabbed 2 in sector 5 at 220 reals each but ...
... we´d stop at some truck stop in the middle of nowhere. We had no idea where we were and nobody could speak English so it just became a case of point at what you thought looked edible. We´ve managed to learn 1 word of Portugese - "Obrigado" which means thanks but most of the time we just look at them with blank expressions and go "No Portugesio" - a word I just made ...