Slaviero Executive Florianopolis
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... so put our backpacks in a locker (£4) and headed into the main town to get some supplies for the 16 hour journey ahead. It was so much busier than the area we had just left, lots of great market sellers letting you try before you buy and locals buzzing around Christmas shopping, not quite on the scale of Black Friday but it appears Brazilians love a last minute shopping dash as much as the rest of us. We had sprung for some luxury on the ...
... to our volunteering in Uruguay. This was mostly true and we enjoyed a very comfortable trip to Chuy on what we assumed must be a Uruguayan bus company as they handed out complimentary whiskey and martinis of all things. Tasted way better than the stuff I stole off dad when I was 14. A 30 minute local hop at 3AM left us navigating the small town of Punta Del Diablo to a hostel called Diablo Tranquilo that was anything but quiet and greeted us with smiles and cheap, potent ...
... flight left from another. (nothing so clear when I was booking it though!!!) The web was full of horror stories about how long it took to get across Sau Paulo and I was worried I would miss the connection. However, everything ran smoothly and in no time I was back in my least favourite airport and then on my way to Buenos Aires.
'Bus Time' this entry - N/A as flew
Total time on South American buses - 318 hours
Over the past three weeks, I've been celebrating Carnaval with Brazilians and foreigners alike. The weekend before Carnaval I spent time with my friend’s roommate in Sao Paulo, attending a pre-Carnaval street party in Vila Madalena, a very lively dinner with a dozen of his friends, and a formal graduation dinner and dance party, all in one night. The mood was simply electric! After realizing the extent of my stay (10 days and after wasting one morning bus ticket), I eventually ...
... this new thing called life together and see where it takes us :)
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To the Girls: You are always right.
To the Guys: This is a battle we will never win.
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