Hotel Pousada Sao Francisco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... meant some time on a deserted sun drenched beech sipping beer and flirting with the indigoes population, it was a 5 hour coach trip with an hours ferry journey each way which in effect would have been 2 days traveling around have 2 nights partying and one full day on the island and it started to look like a lot of traveling for a day on beech with no guarantee of sun . The alternatives were to stay a little longer in RIO on ...
... that crawling over me at night. It was horrid. Anyway I tried to put it out of my head and I went to sleep so early. I woke up on Monday 16th fresh and ready. I had breakfast and headed out at 9 am. I went to the tourist information and got a good map. I did a similar walk to yesterday and I was able to go inside the monastery of San Fransisco. It was pretty impressive. It had all the blue and white tiles that are apparently Portuguese. I then wandered along and went ...
... top and wall to wall speakers below, much like how I’d imagined the “trios electricos” that was the reason for avoiding Salvador – each had bouncers, an area roped off around, and the sound was hideously loud and distorted – had quickly had enough of that and headed to the ocean for a breeze and refreshment.
Wanted to be back by 2pm, where my local was the base for a Maracutu group warmup prior to a walkabout but they all trickled in slowly over ...
All I needed to do was click my heals and say "there's no place like home"...
A few snaps from on the way to Viracopos airport near Campinas.
People always ask why I insist on the window seat, this is why: The take off video is here.
Its good to be home.
... doesn't like (drugs and tax free electronics). The hostel in Campinas was really good, but we just took the bus into downtown and walked to the bus station. There isn't really a lot for tourists to do! Got back to Araraquara in time for work in the afternoon, which involved cleaning out a cupboard fully of dead cockroaches. (I was the only one who volunteered because I'd never seen them ...