- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... nothing better than having a cold beer on the cobbles. With it being peak season in Brazil the town was absolutely rammed, to the extent that we had to book accommodation months in advance and the only place within our budget was a campsite. We may have avoided dorms for 9 months but there was no escaping this campsite. We were admittedly jealous of everyone else staying in lovely air conditioned boutique hotels. As January is the summer for Brazil the temperature is well into the ...
... wasn't messing about and we made good time to Paraty. Getting to the hostel was another matter though as he (and all the people he asked) had no idea where it was. Eventually we spied some French girls from the previous hostel who knew the way. Them being French though we of course had to ask in French. Fortunately Ed is quite the linguist (his Spanish has been helping out a lot) and we figured out where to go. Speaking of talents Viviane's profession ...
Wow we have done a lot since I left you, let me see, we had our last night in Colombia and arrived in rio. First day was a bit of a shame as it was a beaut sunny day and we spent it looking for accomm, well I mean sat in a pub watching the brazil v Mexico game writing messages on air b n b. Found a Irish guy renting his room and the only review was from a couple we had already met traveling (random) so went with it. Was a v central location in ...
... allowed', as I refused to believe this could be a dry festival, but they were right. We walked in a daze from kiosk to kiosk, but they only had soft drinks. 'I can't last a whole day in here sober' I said, with my eyes, as my Spanish still isn't great. But they just shrugged and poured Sprite zero into the plastic pint glasses that should have been overflowing with some mediocre, luke warm beer like Carlsberg or Carling. Ruby spotted a kiosk in the distance with ...
... 15). We can now say we've completed another of world's most inpressive falls. The Iguazu waterfall Brazil / Argentina (#5) system makes up 1.7 miles of the Iguzu River, divided by islands along its edge, and consists of 275 waterfalls. These falls range from 197 to 269 feet high. The average height of most of the falls is 210 feet.
The name Iguaz˙ (also known as Iguašu or Iguassu) originates from two words that mean ‘water' and ‘big'. These words don't quite ...