Pousada da Figueira
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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V dopoledních hodinách jsme plánovali, co dělat dál, a rozhodli jsme se, ze následující den pojedeme do Sao Paula, prespime tam jen jednu noc nez se vydame ke slavných vodopadum Iguacu. Odpoledne jsme chtěli udělat další "krátkou" turu ke staremu vězení a okolni pláže. Ilha Grande, i když v dnešní době je to tropický ráj má temnejsi minulost. Vzhledem ke své ...
... fishing trip so us 3, Charlie and the two Essex boys all met early to try and arrange a trip. Josh sorted it all out with a tour company but because it wasn't a ready made tour, there was a fair bit of improvising and when we clapped eyes on our boat for the day we all started to think we had made an error trying to organise it ourselves! The small wooden boat had paint peeling off it, one wooden bench to sit on and one fishing rod. The little plump Brazilian ...
... into the room to tell us what happened but we are in hysterics already. Day 14- ******* down rain. Changing the plan every 3 seconds. Not sure what to do. So we decided to leave it to the last minute. Had to look for another hostel in the rain. Leaving tomorrow to go to Soa Paula. Flor da lis hostel. When you meet someone once at a hostel then run into them again at a different place it's like, 'omg how exciting is this, what are the chances'. Like we're friends or ...
... their bikini culture ,I can tell you that it is absolutely true,By 1pm I had never seen so many bare ***** women in my life,with bikini bottoms that I think I could have made with a bit of thin string and a folded handkerchief! You must just take note that I was only observing this for academic purposes! By 2.30pm I was back on the boat none the wiser about my new shade of red.Skin is a funny thing? Why is it only after a shower you can see the horrendous self ...
... side streets of villages to Mangaratiba. This is the town where you can get the ferry to Ilha Grande and apparently a bit of a quiet tourist trap in its own rights. When we arrived they had a festival on in the main square. So killing time we enjoyed a very expensive tourist priced meal (rubbery chicken, rice, beans and fries) and listen to the festival. We also have a lovely a lady take pity on us and let us use her phone to call our next hotel. We didn't actually ...