Pousada Pedra Da Laguna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and it was another wonderful day. A lot of reading, swimming and resting. I just finished a very depressing book, The Orphan Masters Son (pulitzer prize winner in fiction) about North Korea. What a frightening place!!!
Today we are in Buzios. It is bright and sunny. We have to tender ashore. From the ship Buzios looks very much like a caribbean island. When we arrived on shoreside, there were very many ...
Sharon: With deep blue skies and crystal-clear blue seas, this place is nothing short of beautiful! After a 3 hour bus ride from Copacabana, we arrive at a sophisicated little town called ArmašŃo dos B˙zios, or commonly known as B˙zios. We head straight to lunch before having some time to absorb the beauty of spanish style buildings with terracota tiled roofs and bright coloured render. We thought 'this could be ...
... any advice about traveling just let me know, I will help you out the best I can. BTW: did you see I mentioned Ayn Rand in my previous blog? I wrote that before I even knew your favorite book was written by Ayn Rand. Crazy. I go to the beach and Faq around there most of the day. The 18 year old (which seems old now) didn┤t show up but maybe it┤s because I got there pretty late since I didn┤t crash until 9am basically. I came home and ...
So it is Carnaval time, and that means no sleep. It has been a crazy few days, and even crazier nights... very little sleep is taking place amongst all the hostel guests. It┤s turned out to be a really cool group of people here, and since we are all locked into the 7 day Carnaval package, we┤ve all gotten to know each other pretty well. It is nice to have the same people around instead of new people every day. So here┤s a quick run ...
The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one's own country as a foreign land. Nothing better than a change of perspective. This trip helped me look at things from a healthy distance, and that has made me decide that there is too much world to be grounded in the same place. I do not want to live in Rio anymore, at least not for now. I would live in Finland, and ...