Tulip Inn Batel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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Booked my ticket to Sao Sebastiao to find final destination
was Santa Helena, somewhere not familiar – as tourist info refused to help,
checked myself on the net and turns out to be on the way to Iguacu – good job I
checked & will have to keep checking from now on in.
Quick plan B was to go to Santos for ...
... game started. They had a lot on the line to qualify, they needed to beat Cameroon so the atmosphere was electric. Who wanted to get on a bus for the third night in a row anyway.
The Brazilian contingency rolled into the pub, and somehow we ended up drinking with 5 plastic Brazilian cougars. They were pretty funny, but the drinking certainly increased, escalating to beers with a little shot in them.
Shortly after with no negotiation at all there was a ...
... meant getting around was pretty easy to navigate with the map. (That's me with the map, not Chris!) It was a little disappointing though. There's nothing particularly amazing, or must-see. The highlight was the big, guinea pig, dog creatures we saw at the city Parque called caipibarras. (I have no idea how to spell that and no internet connection to google and check but I've uploaded photos of them.) When we got back to the hostel at 630 Chris ...
... lives just a few doors down from James, the ultra-popular bar where he is a resident DJ. It was clear I was in for some great partying over the coming days and it got underway with no further ado. James (named after the Manchester band of the same name) had undergone another expansion since my previous visit and has become the place to be for the young and also the not so straight. Quite a contrast to the small bar I had first visited with a soundtrack of indie ...
... penthouse! We felt it was going to be a good week and it sure was action packed. First we spent a relaxing weekend at their family beach house in Girasol. Enjoying our first taste of home cooked family food provided by Pri´s mum, and drinking agua de coco straight from the coconut on the beach, followed by caldo de cana (sugar cane water) for dessert! We could get used to the Brazilian way of life! But no rest ...