Pousada dos Golfinhos
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... house in Lagoa Da Conceicao. Great advice, an awesome little place, and after about an hour of arriving I'd been fed, given a tour of the town and had a full itinerary for the next week or so!
I had planned a quick afternoon kip before heading out to the local Forro club (Brazilian dancing, pronounced Faha) to show off my skills - but instead got fed a few bottles of wine by Marcia, ...
Beard Moving on from Paraty, to Florianopolis, Tash and I broke our bus-cherries, as we embarked upon the first of many overnight trips by bus. We'd been anticipating this with excitement but also slight trepidation, as the buses in Brazil are said to be the most uncomfortable across the continent. Before boarding our bus to Florianopolis, we first had to make the 6 hour journey to São Paulo. The bus ride was fairly smooth and comfortable even stopping off, (what ...
... time there looking after Gen so I think she forgave them. We spent our time in Floripa going for walks along the coast and the beaches, eating awesome garlic prawns, and listening to cover bands of 50's American rock (weird). I also thought about learning to surf, but chickened out at the last minute in favour of waiting for a warmer place. Another interesting thing about Brazil: - You don't buy drinks at a bar. There are two ways you pay for drinks: - You buy vouchers from ...
... then made our wishes while jumping over seven waves!
The party then continued at Gabrielīs house. Gabriel was kind enough to share more toys with Victor and me. Gabrielīs extended family were all staying in their large house, so it was quite the event. Whilst not everyone spoke English, we were all made very welcome.
Dad impressed everyone with his ability to pick up so much Portuguese in one week. The ...
... body confidence I've ever experienced.