Pousada Vila Pitanga
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to the brim. After 3 hrs of trying we decided to walk which took an hour. So hot and sweaty with our packs on but probably a much needed workout also. We were told traffic would probably be like that for the next few days so we decided to avoid centre until then.
First day we headed to Geriba beach which is the most famous in Buzios. It was only a 15min walk from the hostel so perfect location. We sorted a chilly bin with ice and drinks and headed off. ...
... dad also works there.) We had already organized accommodations but after listening to Bianca, we are persuaded to check out a cheaper place which is closer to town.
Bianca who is shy about her English, for no reason might I add, calls her sister as we walk to the hostel. Just before we arrive at the hostel we are greeted by another pretty Brazilian girl, Luana who's english is impeccable. She goes on to tell us she was a ballerina that spent a lot of time in ...
... they can afford them. But the funny thing is a lot of people wear shorts with socks and tennis shoes, in a club, it looks retarded. I at least have on jeans. I want to make fun of them to their faces but I don't have the words in Portuguese to do it, so I make fun of them behind their backs in English. So, I'm dancing with the chicas (dude, I dance more here in one week then I do in a year back home, but that's Brazil) and I end ...
... under the same company) and since I was gonna work there, I was now an employee! Man, this was so cool. Took off from the Guanabara Bay in Botofogo. Just all kinds of boat-party kinds of fun all night. Lots of folks. So one week removed from the middle of Amazon jungle, I was on the water in Rio with all new friends. Crazy. Oh yeah, and Brazilians think it is hilarious to listen to 2 gringos talking Portuguese to each other. From nearly all ...
... I think we've paid our dues in that respect already (see Ecuador section). Similarly, a morning spent determinedly holding-in my belly in on the beach the next day and an afternoon spent traipsing around looking for an Amex office courtesy of some typically inaccurate Footprints misinformation meant that the Sugar Loaf trip was also scrubbed. Still, we did have a good mooch around the world famous Copacabana beach area, and yes, Manilow did the place proud with ...