Hotel Transamerica Ilha de Comandatuba
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... a world of alternatives a flight away.
No doubt other cities, especially party town Rio and smaller places like Manaus and Recife, feel the impact of hundreds of thousands of tourists, and to date, the country has decided to be a great host and enjoy the sunny weather and excellent football. The protests have lost momentum and are unable to motivate people who have just celebrated the latest Neymar goal. A World Cup is always a time for celebration when ...
... item so just had to hope they'd fit. Around 1pm I headed back to the hotel buying some groceries on the way. Here I met with Ash and Rach at 2pm. We were all exhausted from the heat and amount of walking. I in addition was feeling sick - I had a migraine :( Trudging on, we got a taxi to the bus terminal which - fun fact - is the largest bus terminal in south america and the second largest in the world. Still feeling like ****, I closed my eyes while Ash and Rach walked around. ...
... we wouldn't need to, so we thought we were being extra sure going to book in the morning. BUT just our luck the only bus to Ilha Grande was fully booked. After some quick thinking we booked a bus to Rio where we would catch a bus a couple of hours back to Ilha Grande. There was a large shopping centre next to the station we had a quick wonder round. Attached was a massive Carrefour supermarket were we ...
... fruits considered as "exotic" back in Europe : papaya, goyava, passion fruit... Yummy. They have different varieties of those too, including several varieties of pineapples and I'm going to taste them all ! This is a shop where you can find ovomaltine, nutella (mmhhhhh), but also mustard, spices... well, basically a supermarket where I can shop, that has a good selection of organic and natural products too. There's kitchenware which I can relate to, flowers, stuff that makes ...
... flat on Paulista, the main street in Sao Paulo, flat perfectly polished, walls and furniture pearl white, and beautifully decorated with lights arround the living room, a Christmas tree surrounded by warped presents, a table set for Christmas, and a tropical storm outside!
We started eating at about 10.30. Bread with cream cheeses and nibbles followed by roasted pork and potatoes, lasagne, farofa, something tipical from Brazil... Then at midnight they stated ...