Slaviero Executive Florianopolis
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... case)... Arising all relaxed and in that post-nap mood, still dozy and a bit disoriented... However, we were determined to get out and explore a little, so Vania offered to take us downtown to see some of the shops and buildings, and also so that Josh and I could buy our onward night bus ticket from Florianópolis to Foz do Iguacu, the town on the Brazilian side of the infamous Iguazu Falls (which border Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay). We didn't want to miss out on our ...
... than I was. We had a big BBQ with everyone from the hostel that night. Next day we went to mole beach with surf boards and body boards, although I think Chris only lasted 15 mins in the sea surfing and I didn't even get in... we had to get the bus to iguazu on the last day and there had been a massive storm in the night so we just went to the gym before making our way to the bus ...
... I get to Floripa and I almost immediately bail. According to the weather forecast it was basically going to rain all 3 days I was there. I almost took an overnight bus to Iguaza Falls. This is a beautiful waterfall at the borders of Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. That was the plan but the hangover was screaming to just relax in Floripa, weather be damned. So I get to the hostel and I immediately know that this place is perfect. I pass ...
... different setting.
It is just slightly over three weeks into our trip but I am fully immersed in the backpacker mindset. It doesn't bother me to not have a cell phone. I am cognizant of all the concerns it requires being permanently on the road and on the move, things like locking up my stuff, looking up bus schedules, and overall just trying to remain in good spirits and health (trying to time properly and eat good meals, drink water, sleep well, ...
... at 8.30pm. We read this board and it said the bus was at 8.30pm. Luckily it was running late so we got a ticket. It finally came at 10pm. It was supposed to be 14 hours but there were massive traffic jams on the way and we arrived in Florianopolis at 4pm. We knew we wanted to get to the beach so then we had to spend another one and a half hours catching 2 separate buses to get to Barra da Lagoa. We were happy to see that there were guys at the final bus stop ...