Pousada do Sandi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... said I would hear from someone shortly.
The next day (our last day in Florianopolis) we got back from Campeche Island and I checked my email and nothing. I tried to skype the company and left a message but nothing so at this point I gave it a 50/50 chance that there would be someone holding up my name on a sign at the airport but not much we could do at that point.
So yesterday morning we woke up bright and early ...
... t eaten, I thought that was going to be my dinner until Fede managed to get hold of a pizza delivery company that were still operating!! By midnight the rain had eased off and some of the group still went ahead with the plans for a night out but I decided on sticking on my PJs and heading to bed instead. By some kind of miracle the water had disappeared by the morning as we packed up and got ready to move on to Ilha Grande. ...
Now comes the most important entry of the holiday. The day when I begin to toe the line between mid-twenties and late twenties - my birthday. It started with a fantastic surprise, with red balloons filling the mosquito net (having required a lot of huff and puff) and a birthday pannatone at breakfast, complete with sparklers. It seems as though someone had been very organised with their secret shopping! Thanks girlie. The day was a bit overcast, so we decided ...
... and some of the super-cute coati, an almost tame-seeming animal that looks like an exotic cousin of the raccoon, and whose main habitat seems to be the restaurant and picnic areas of people, where they can be found swiping the remains of any unattended lunches.
We had been anticipating the change from Argentina to Brazil with a little concern. Now we wouldn’t know any of the language, and we fully expected that the people would be unwilling to try bridge ...
The day we left happened to be Brazilīs Independance day and we were lucky enough to catch the end of their small parade. Catching the bus to Sao Paulo in the evening meant we would miss the main celebrations, which Mel was a bit dissapointed about. I keep telling her that at some point during our travels we will be lucky and be in a town while a festival is going on.......I hope for my sake I am right!