San Juan Royal
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
- Microwave in room
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... I walked around to find one of the common coffee shops. I came across one called Paco da Liberdade. It had the best organic coffee I have ever tried. There were a bunch of baked goods as well, and the staff that worked their all spoke Portuguese. I tried to catch up on the language a little bit while I was there so I could really feel like I was part of the culture. After I had my coffee I wanted to go see the ...
... I am
able to get the same lunch for R$6 which is about NZD$3.60.
Plus the food is not some ****** fried food or sandwiches like in New
Zealand halls, for that price I get salad, rice, beans, fruit, meat,
and something else. Healthy, cheap and ...
... will miss our 1st day of Spanish.
In a rare outing of good luck we managed to jump on a bus to Curitiba pretty sharpish, ........... but then we hit more roadworks and arrived at 1.00am. The hotel was near the bus station, and that was about its only redeeming feature. The noise was so load from the road below IŽd have bet anybody, anywhere, anything that the window glass was in fact clingfilm. Unbelievably, upon checking the next morning it turns out I would have ...
... was cold, something like 7 degrees C when we got off. So rather than mess around trying to find the local bus stop we jumped in a cab and found our way to the Ibis. Thanks Ibis, you’re such a cheap, new, well-facilitated hotel.
Curitiba most definitely loses that on-edge vibe that Sao Paulo has; you feel safe walking around, particularly at night. It still retains some of the urban landscape, utilitarian apartments, chipped block paving, ...
Our rustic accommodation was wicked as it was a little private farm where all 16 of us slept in the same room in hammocks, the deafening sound of frogs mating, crickets and birds and god knows what else was all a part of the experience and we loved every minute of it. We really were at one with nature. Caiman's (alligators) were everywhere, a bit nerving when the track back to the main house was next to a dam which had god knows how many in there! That ...