Fazenda Bela Vista
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I arrived in Campinas airport which is actually the next town over, but the Hub for Azul airlines. Luckily they put on a complimentary bus to São Paulo that took 1 hour and 40 minutes that got me near my hostel. Then a taxi ride straight there in crazy traffic. The hostel was nice but my room was a bit smelly. I think it was the old guy in there, not just the room though! The thrills of dorm rooms.
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... and all the little roads were cobbled (they were actually huge uneven stones which made walking in flip flops ankle twistingly difficult for all the tourists!!). We were intending on taking a boat trip to see some of the many neighbouring islands and their beaches but we like to bring the rain where we go, so unsurprisingly a monsoon style rain descended upon us without letting up for the best part of 2 days! :( it destroyed any sailing plan we had and we spent ...
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