Praia Brava Hotel
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... and within walking distance to the two major bus stations (local and long distance) which would have been handy if the weather was better to visit all the beaches. Bugger. Bugger. Bugger.
As is often the case, Floripa (as its known by the locals) has a beautiful square called Fig Square that serves as a meeting place or somewhere to relax under the trees and watch the world go by. I imagine its quite the haven in the middle of Summer. In the centre of Fig ...
... of Jesica and me. After a relaxed night on the bus and Jesica sleeping like a coatee next to me, we arrived 2 hours later than expected in Floripa. Cardoso, Martinīs father in law already waited for us at the terminal with a sign "Welcome Mr. Florian" which was a fantastic start. 70 years old, white haired and determining, we communicated in a mix of English, German and Spanish. He speaks only ...
... I'd addressed, all broke out into hysterics, without even trying to hide their tickled ribs. Language is really not my forte. Once the ladies behind the desk had picked themselves off the floor and had began to restore some sort of order, a quizzical look had replaced the child-like s****** on the girl sat before me. We had tickets, but in my online haste I'd booked two tickets for Florianopolis to São Paulo... "You dick", I muttered to myself hoping no-one ...
... lady, then present the vouchers at the bar. This means you queue twice. This means you get impatient and buy too many vouchers. - You get a receipt as you walk in and the bar staff write everything you buy on it. You pay for everything at the end and get a 'paid' stamp. You can't leave without a stamp. If you lose your receipt you have to pay a massive cover charge. Don't lose your receipt. Would I come back to Floripa? Definitely to explore all the different beaches... But not in ...
With Rio off the bucket list, what better place to relax than a beach front hostel in the majestic Barra da Lagoa, Florianapolis. However, having just completed a night off the capies we were again stiff and rearing to go. As first impressions go, we were seen as polite, healthy and personable kiwis here to meet people and have a good time. How they got this terribly wrong. The hostel had three rules. Here is a taster of what followed: Rule one - ...