Transamerica Executive The Advance
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Wednesday 3rd December
From Ilha Grande we took a ferry to a Angra dos Reis, a town on the shore just opposite to the island. This time we were travelling on our own as opposite of using a transfer company. Which
proved to be a little more challenging. We missed the first connecting bus to Sao Paulo and had to wait another 3 hours for the next one.
The bus was fairly comfortable in fact better than long distance busses in the UK or Czech as ...
... still crowded), and I layed in bed for a few hours. Loes, Brendan (her Australian friend) and ate Pao de Quejo (a sort of cheese-dough balls) and fruitsalad for breakfast, which was delicious.
This weekend I'll probably go to Campinas with Gabriela to visit her boyfriend and have diner. And I'll see Laurens a dutch boy from Eindhoven I've met at the Brazilian consulate in Rotterdam, who's also doing ...
... were nearly full of samples. Fresh sugar mangoes, cherimoya, dates with strawberries (my new favorite fruit combination btw), longan, grapes shaped like fingers, tangerines the size of grapefruits, and zapatilla (one I'd loved in Colombia, it tastes like a sugared pear or fig or something I can't really describe). The market also had spices, alcohol, dried and fresh sausages, fresh fish and meat, even live crab! Once we were stuffed with fruit, we of course decided to go eat some ...
... mudbath - even in Brazil you can't escape rain at festivals!) followed by The Temper Trap, Porter Robinson and the extremely weird Flaming Lips. Then it was Killers time and they did not disappoint, playing the perfect setlist. Saturday 30th March - Sao Paulo We had a day to explore the largest City in South America and opted to visit the Mercado Municipal in search of some culinary delights. To reach the market we passed through bustling streets lined ...
... was a great way to spend an evening. We got the late bus after this back to Sao Paulo. The next evening we met up with Katia for food and drinks in a German styled restaurant and after saying our goodbyes we headed back to get our backpacks and we caught an over night bus to Florianopolis (13 hour trip). We were overwhelmed by the generosity of Daniella´s friends and they really made our trip to Sao ...