Pousada Vida Sol e Mar
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Neither of us had heard of Florianopolis prior to speaking to a girl from there whilst on a wine tour in Mendoza. She said it beautiful and had many beaches. I was sold. We had a few weeks to play with between entering Brazil and getting to Rio, and it was on the way, sort of, so off we went. Florianopolis is an island connected to the mainland by bridge with 47 beaches along its coastline. On a recommendation we had booked a hostel in the quieter ...
A wet and windy night and morning stymied any chance of a boat trip to Isla Campeche to snorkel in the clear calm waters and see some of the multitude of geometrical petroglyphs. Late morning I gave up on it and took the bus to the next settlement past Pantano do Sul - the bus driver was another crazy – now I know why all the cyclists go against the traffic and even on the pavements.
Walked back along the wide, windy and wavy beach with more ...
Thunderstorms overnight cleared by morning, so was able to get away by 10ish to Armacao via 2 terminals, thankfully not via Floripa as someone had initially suggested. Discovered, when no-one could understand me, because of the cedilla, it is pronounced armasow not armacow!
Enough of livestock with weapons and back to the Monaco Grand Priz – the bus drivers here seem to think they are taking part and are trying to outwit the awful transport system by going at ...
... and it was probably the most peaceful yoga I have ever done. The teacher is from Uruguay and she has this room set up with an amazing view and nature literally all around you. A cow was mooing during the whole class. A little different than the sound of New York City while you're doing yoga... We also met a lady that was doing yoga with us, she is a massage therapist and she offered to give us massages for 25 reais ...
After much geographical confusion and numerous messages on facebook. I was able to meet up with Johannes, my friend from Germany who was involved in the mugging incident in Salvador.
He was staying with a family, who lived near the middle of the island in Campeche. After accepting his generous offer to stay with him, I was on the bus as soon as I could print the directions from the computer.
Arriving at the house, Johannes wasn't ...