Sofitel Jequitimar Guaruja
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the facilities, and the staff. It's a good thing that I was newly liberated from my fear of speaking in front of a group, because I was invited to speak the closing prayer. (I should be fairly practiced, because almost every church invites me to introduce myself and 'say a little something' in front of the church.) Anyway, it was very sweet, after I finished one of the ...
... I never ate from them. I wish I had.
At night, the skyscrapers along the island light up as much as Hong Kong and illuminate the beach, so I really must reiterate that the nights were great. Although my family is full of health-nuts, there objectively are a lot of places to eat, so we were never frustrated in that way.
Ultimately, though, we left a few days early. There just wasn't a lot to do but eat and burn.
... and we rode along the beach towards a stunning beach on the far side of the port. After cycling all the way there, Jim suddenly realised bringing his swimming trunks along may have been a good idea since we were about to spend the afternoon on the beach...duhhhh! After seeing myself and Gustavo splashing about in the waves, he decided just to jump in the sea in his cotton boxers! Gustavo and his fellow countrymen on the beach ...
... period! Intrepid explorers that we are, we decided to trek into the world's deepest canyon (well second to a neighbouring one by 163m!). It took 3 days through rugged terrain. On the last day in a rush to see the Condors catching the thermals it was suggested that I go on a mule. I was spared the mortification as all mules were taken .... and then promptly proved to one and all that I could climb at the normal speed, arriving well in time to see the soaring Condors! ...
... walkways around it so we were able to walk along some of them, look up at some, look down on others and then head out so we were almost on top of the Devilīs Throat. Thousands of litres of water gushing underneath your feet in an almost deafening roar is quite something, although I donīt think our photos will quite do it justice. The following day, it was back on the bus and we came to Sao Paulo. It was a bit of a mixed event for me, although ...