transoceanico praia hotel
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Got up around 10am, packed our bags and checked out. Got a taxi to the bus station and waited around before our 30hour journey to São Paulo. I was dreading the thought of having to sit on a bus for 30 hours but the journey itself wasn't as bad as I feared. The bus stopped at least 6 times so you could get food or go to the bathroom. The places we stopped off at were pretty much just roadside ...
I dragged the two lads out of bed because I wanted to go to the beach. It was also Easter Sunday but there wasn't anywhere to buy Easter eggs so we bought each other ice creams instead. For about two hours we lay on sun beds on the beach and just took it easy. Walked back to the room around 6pm and got ...
... just the three of us in our room with my iTube on shuffle. When we got down the town it was ******* rain so we took shelter in a bar opposite the nightclub. Deep house music was blaring from the bar and there was this one lad putting on a dancing performance on a table the likes we have never seen. If I was to send one man into a dance off against this lad I'd look no further than Alex Walsh. He's the only person I know that could match this guys flamboyance. ...
... one really. Went to a bar/nightclub in the centre of the village and it was decent. We got chatting to the manager who asked us all the usual questions about where we were from and how long we were travelling for and he told us he had lived in Cyprus for a year. We were spewing complete garbage to him saying things like "Ah Cyprus is a great place" and "I'd say you get decent weather over there". We didn't know what to say. Like Gilly couldn't even point Cyprus out on a map ...
I arrived on the bus from Rio at 2 ish. So it had been 18 hours on the bus. It hadn't been too bad I had managed to sleep quite a bit. There was a Brazilian girl at the bus station in Rio who was getting on the same bus as me. She was trying to chat to me, it was difficult as she didn't really speak English and I don't speak Portuguese. She was saying that we should try and sit next to each other on the bus. I thought the bus was going to be full. I sat alone ...