Travel Blogs from Morro de Sao Paulo
Да, након 77;ц мы здесь встре 90;или много израи 83;ьтян. Вообщ 77;-то смешн 86; когда ...
... it was the best pizza I had had since leaving London. Afterwards I went to the main Praca and bumped into my mate Andy from Rio who was now travelling with a Spanish girl called Laura and we were shortly joined by a Belgium girl named Heidi and a Norwegian girl named Anna whom Laura had met that afternoon in a shop. We had several drinks and the girls danced with some of the sleazy local guys, but after arranging to meet up the next day I called it a night ...
... in his simple house in that small village.
The end of an illusion
Ángel´s face when he said hello to us from the balcony of his hotel was already foretelling bad news. That day he had been robbed coming back from Gamboa with his ...
... laid out, even the nightly parties are organized, the locals work hard...many of them working two jobs with long hours. But they are easygoing and friendly and i admire them for their Brazilian spirit..their passion for love, music and dance...and we learn to laugh and joke with them and slowly i am at last really unwinding But for me the best thing about Moro is the nighttime when the skies are lit up with stars so clear and unadulterated ....and you can walk back ...
... of the island to the other. If one had come by, we would have been tempted to jump on board. The sand was soft and deep, so soft and deep it was difficult to walk. I found it best to remove my sandals and walk barefoot. The natives know best. Almost everyone walks barefoot when they are in the sand. We reached to top of the hill and discovered that we were on top of the island, with a beautiful vista overlooking the fishing village from which we had just come. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility