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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... with the best tasting drink won. They didn't win anything material - they just gained pride. Of course it was caipi king Paul who found the best stand so for the rest of the night we had our drinks from here. We were all feeling the cocktail effects and needed to get some food. We chose a small romantic place but upon sitting down, me and Sophie weren't satisfied with what was on the menu - or the price - so with everyone in tow we ...
In my last post, I was heading to Salvador but I changed my mind last minute and headed to ilha grande and paraty, whilst it's still really hot! I've only been away for a week or so, and I'm seriously the most indecisive person! I've got absolutely no concrete plan and just going with flow, which is sooo unlike me! People here I've met think I'm like a free spirit taking each day as it comes. If only ...
... beers and a tan on the beach. The experience of being in not deep water just having sun.. Humm After a while we start climbing the dune to see the sunset. 28 meters above the see. Wowa. Super nice... We had dinner some local dishes and fall asleep as ...
... but due to time constraints and budget we decided to go to Jeri instead. No disrespect to Jeri (short for Jericoacora), which I'll explain more of later, but FYI, Brazil is very expensive and sometimes comparable or more expensive than the states. We were very shocked with the cost of things here from food/accommodations to electronics (60 percent tax)!! As a result, we have nearly doubled our budget for Brazil and trust me we've been trying to save ...
So ater the madness of Rio Iīve headed to Ilha Grande, a small island off the coast of Brazil for a bit of sun and relaxation. We had to get a bus from Rio to a place called Angra, after finding out that the next ferry to the island wasnīt for anoher 2 hours we managed to get a fisherman to take us there instead.
The island itself is amazing, there is no motorised land transport here so itīs either walk everywhere or get a boat. I did ...