Tulip Inn Interative
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... let me in. I tried Spanish but they couldn't understand that so I eventually pulled out the message that Bruno had sent me. It turns out I had been saying the wrong room number. No wonder they were so confused. Bruno came down to meet me, I stashed my backpack in his appartment and we went out to get some food. There was a live band playing Samba. We didn't realise until later that night that they were all blind musicians.
Fri 8/8 It was great not ...
One of my first observations of São Paulo is the amount of helicopters that fill the skies at any given time. Watching from below, I count five in one half an hour period leading me to pose the question of why to my friend of a friend Chris, an Englishman who has adopted Peru as his home and is on a World Cup holiday with wife and new born baby. 'It's the upper classes' he says in his Geordie accent, 'they avoid the traffic and fly everywhere'. On cue, no sooner has ...
... and topped with granola; a very commonly eaten snack in Brazil. Ten minutes before our transfer time, Nayan casually put his hand in his pocket and took out...The key for our hostel room!!! We had forgotton to return it!! Our hostel was a 10 minute walk away so poor Nayan had to run back in the 30 degree heat (up a couple of steep hills) and eventually came back dripping with sweat! A bit of a manic end to our stay in Ilha Grande...
... every opportunity to test their power. They are attempting to get their message across, but stating exactly what that message is, is a challenge. The fact that the media has picked up on these protests bring the stability of Brazil into question and may cause a reduction in travel to the country. A presidential election next year also adds to the instability of Brazil's future.
As a mentor to many students in her role at the ...
... run off with a wallet! Victim looking unperturbed! Not too unusual perhaps?
10. Reach hostel which is in darkness and informed electricity gone for the night! Have a free caipirinha (Brazilian Drink) and make use of my headlight and hang with other travellers!
Time for bed and look forward to leaving the concrete city that inhabits 17million people and the see the natural wonders of the Iguazu Falls!