Rio Branco Apart Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... 8217;s boyfriend Angelo) in Tanzania. They were staying in the same hotel as we were in Arusha. We met in the hotel lobby just as we were leaving to go on safari. They had arrived the evening before from Dar es Salam and were also leaving on a 4 day safari. We kept in touch and once we knew that our travel arrangements were taking us through Brazil we thought we would stop by and spend some time with them. We had also heard from so many others that Florianopolis was ...
Florianopolis (or Floripa has the locals call it) is where the Brazilians and even some Argentinians go to holiday. Arriving in Floripa, you can't help but feel like you are already on a summer holiday.
Fabiana had perfectly selected Praia Daniela out of Floripa's 42 beaches for our beach vacation, and we all managed to squeeze in our rental car for our drive north. I really enjoyed the drive as there were ...
... of trying to speak English with a sock in your mouth. But the sock is getting smaller! Which is great. I'm lucky my socks taste like chocolate strawberries too. :P ANYWAY, I digress.
At the end of the first day of registration (Thurs), the day's conclusion was that all the classes that I needed that had vacancies online did not, in fact, have vacancies. All the process is manual and some of the departments are on strike so I can't ...