Swan Tower Porto Alegre
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... inhabitants) and a sketchy bus station location. In fact, I didn’t
think the area too bad and certainly not enough to justify all the dire
My credit card company had, yet again, blocked the card so
had to go back to the hotel to try and sort it on the **** wifi, so bad that it
took about 10 calls, each with a new person, to get through the whole rigmarole
– the guy ...
... cash as the credit card machine was not working...) as departure time was a bit late than expected. Sandwiches were good. Pedro's long standing loose tooth gave signs that it was about to come out at any moment, and then just before taking off, in the plane, Pedro's loose tooth finally came out when he was eating a "Sonho de Valsa" candy - it came out after months of being loose (theTooth Fairy will have to work tonight!). The flight took 2 ...
... a ticket for 12:45pm departure for 80 realis with Santoanjo and then hung around for a few hours. There's an Internet cafe in the terminal and then a waiting area on the upper section. With temperatures in the late 20s there wasn't much sign of sunshine and I'd been getting reports of bad weather all up the coast, so my dream of a beach weekend in Florianopolis slipping away from me I joined the bus and set off. I guess we'll just have to ...
... worth mentioning that we were in one of the safer favelas...
Traveling away from Australia to visit beaches is always a risky business, and after stumbling across beautiful Pipa, I had moderate expectations heading to Ilhe Grande. Despite rampant tourism (including harbouring every imaginable type of boat between 3 and 33 m long), the island somehow manages to conceal all the pousadas amongst its dense green foliage. The beaches are pretty to ...
... had a bit of a language barrier we were still laughed and joked and we managed to dispel their belief that all English people were serious haha. Dinner was incredible, we had fejoeda (Brazilian black beans), steaks cooked in their BBQ grill and salad and veg. There was even homemade dessert and coffee for afters. We drank red wine, home made by her grandad that was his last batch before he died and they even have us ...