Hotel Fazenda Sol e Lua

Address: Rua Capitao Nunes 1904, Saquarema, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28990-000 , Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rua Capitao Nunes 1904, Saquarema.
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Travel Blogs from Saquarema

Jumping seven waves

A travel blog entry by cookage on Dec 31, 2008

... Marina were enjoying Christmas with their family and friends. Round two of eating occurred and the drinking never quite stopped, we staggered to bed around midnight-ish, full of more than the Christmas spirit. The next few days were a bit up and down, in both the weather and our spirits. The rain kept us away from the beach and we lolled around a bit, trying to decide where we might go next after Saquarema. We were regulars for lunch at ...

Nice town, shame about the hostel

A travel blog entry by cookage on Dec 23, 2008

... before, just to check out the guesthouse in the back, on the off-chance it was affordable too. It was just as cheap as the other place, and even with a significant price hike for the week over New Year's, it still worked out to the same price as the hovel, I mean hostel. And they were such nice people! And we could speak Spanish with them!!! When Jose got back from Rio that night, we told him the news that we would be leaving the next day, and he stormed out of the ...

The Death Train, Iguazu, B.A. and Rio

A travel blog entry by jamesharrison on Aug 23, 2008

... from my face.. That evening we headed into town and had a great meal and a few glasses of red. It was so nice to be back in Argentina with the fantastic red wine and amazing steaks (and the prices!). Next day we headed back into town to sort out bus tickets for Rio. Steve and I booked ours for the Monday and the Welshies and Danny and Riccardo booked theirs for BA. It turned out that they would be leaving 2 days before us as there were ...

Drugs, guns and awsome guys from favelas

A travel blog entry by boomergirl on Jun 27, 2007

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... that tomorrow. Not really a lot going on here, very quiet. THRILLED that I am able to get intot he favelas like I am doing. Not with a greoup of tourists, not in a van behind closed windows. These are people with good hearts, families adn smiles. They just happen to live a rough life, surrounded by guns and drugs. they have to make a living too. OK I know many of you are gasping, and I know the parents are going ...

Finding football, favelas, fashion ... and Jesus?

A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Mar 02, 2007

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We'd been told to arrive at Porto Seguro station 15 minutes before our bus was due to leave. We turned up to hear a group of very loud, very unhappy Australians complaining about the state of their coach; I think we both felt the same sense of foreboding. And guess what? It was justified. It was 35 degrees and very sticky and we were to be travelling the 22 hours to Rio on a bus with no air-conditioning. Not only that, but we'd got the last seats and so were ...