Hotel Do Bosque
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... issue re-occurs. Around 12 with some aussie girls we briefly met on a night out in Rio headed for the club next to the hostel we partied at a few days ago. The nightclub is actually just another hostel of a similar set up to the last one. It was a proper hostel party too, but of the worst kind. **** music, good songs in terrible remixes that were too quiet and far too many dudes. I was aiming for lucid drinking so felt too sober for the rubbishness and cut out with Rach around half ...
... we are, but not. Anyone that speaks English is your friend. It's okay if you forget fellow travellers names cause you can just call them by their country. After the past couple of weeks of ordering a burger with the lot and getting 2 burgers or when Steve asked for a 4 piece bruschetta and getting 4 plates with about 10 slices of bread on each one or when Tom ordered a banana milkshake and gets a beer instead. We've gotta get Spanish lessons. We have to keep thinking that ...
... around the bars, shops, and restaurants before bed. We are off to Rio tomorrow so a few hours travel before we hit the busy city again. I don't think it will match what we have experienced at this little island. This place is mainly for Brazilian tourists. Off the beaten track for us international tourists. If anyone wants to go to Brazil then count this place in as a ...
... many many drunks in my time and there are a few golden rules. One:Don't get into a fight unless it is the very last resort. Two:Hold your nerve,watch your back and look for an escape route,I was probably dealing with a friend of these half lathered men.Three: don't do anything to raise the tension.Four:If their are any women or kids around ,move toward them,its amazing how this can calm a situation.Five:Be cool,real cool.So here I am this guy swaying and swearing from side ...
... 16.5kms round trip which took us about 4 hours. However, this one was actually the easiest as the surface was smoother. My favourite trek was the hour and a half one to see the waterfalls and then another half hour descent onto a secluded beach paradise where we sipped on coconuts and floated in the most beautiful ocean water I've ever experienced. The incline back was killer though! At the waterfalls we swam in pools where the water gathered and felt ...