Slaviero Executive Florianopolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... Sam had 3, and I think Freddy came close to 4. Meat coma. No denying it. Despite Irish girl having a birthday, none of us were going out anywhere tonight. A few of us ended up going to the beach after some flaming shots of some kind and being approached by some crazy at about 2am, but that was the extent of the partying. Oh and we saw a spider on the way there, that looked like it would do some damage if it took a bite. ...
... that his daughter came to study abroad in England, and lived in the same town as I am from, Colchester! What a small world!?
Florianopolis is actually an island, roughly the size of Ibiza, and is connected the the mainland by a bridge, so no boats were needed. I had booked a hostel based on some recommendations of friends, who thankfully have very good taste. I don't usually write about hostels in my blog, but this one was probably the best one I have stayed in in ...
Having left the European winter, we were keen to get a few days by the beach in Brazil. Florianopolis is a small island, about 100km long by 40km wide connected by bridge to the mainland. It's a 1 hour flight south west of Sao Paolo and apparently has 42 beaches. We decided on the resort town of Canasvarias where we checked into a nice hotel 1 block from the beach. Our 5 days in Floriapa (as it's called by the Brazilians) were ...
... even sneaked in some of our washing for free. On our last morning, Alex and I made one last attempt at whale watching and although we didn't see any whale that morning, we did see 3 dolphins and 2 penguins so I guess we can't complain too much!
Later that day we had the prospect of our longest bus journey to date to look forward to. 15 hours from Florianopolis to Foz do Iguazu (Brazilian side of the Falls).
... the photographer to show him how well his photos had come out. Did the professional photographer turn him away? No, he seemed to be equally enjoying and equally impressed with Caio´s photography skills. I had no complaints in this whole ordeal as Caio threw a few words in Portugueuse to the models and before we knew it Sham and I were having our pictures taken with the Brazilian models. It was a good day at the beach.
On one of the days I hired a bike from a local ...