Pousada do Sandi
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... so loud it drowned out
Once on the plane the hilarity didn't stop with antics that
had it been a country such as New Zealand or Australia would have probably seen
the removal of at least one of the group, lucky for us though she stayed to
provide the in flight entertainment.
Touching down at some hour of the morning in Iguazu we were
met by a transfer that took us to our hotel, feeling pretty wrecked all we
wanted was sleep. That would wait ...
Another bad nights sleep and I was up for breakfast. Toiletry habits weren't great and Ed confirmed he was having issues too. Looks like yesterday's barbeuce is the culprit. I spent most of the morning hanging around the hostel but did cut out for a wander around the town. We caught a 1 o'clock boat off the island. With the sun shining I lay back and soaked up the rays on the roof as I watched the world pass by. It's one of those times when I'm able ...
... Brit companion rolled up with his tour group. He looked at me. I shook my head. He nodded knowingly. We went back to port early. After Brazil we headed back to Mendoza to spend our last couple of weeks there and to say goodbye to/impose ourselves upon the good friends we'd made. From Mendoza, we decided to pop back to Santiago, Chile for the Lollapalooza festival weekend to see the likes of Pixies, Red Hot Chilli Peppers & Arcade Fire. On the ...
... appreciating the heck out of him. Then suddenly I'm facing off with Frankie, imaginary football in hand on the cobbled main strip of Ilha Grande stepping and palming this poor ****** Norweigen in the dirt. A sneaky plan to try and bring harm against this innocent man - 'run at me Frankie! Run at me! Nah, I can't do it... Run at Shaun'. And he does, straight at me. We see the poor guy later that night, following a tattooed shirtless local to purchase more weed. 'Guys, guys, I'm ...
... atlantic about half an hours ferry ride south of Angra Do Reis, which is a town a few hours west of Rio De Janeiro. It's known as a natural paradise. No cars, trucks or motorbikes and little infrastructure. The are a few streets near the dock. Most of the buildings are restaurants, bars and small hotels. It's very much a tourist town. The beaches near the main habited ares were covered in people swimming and sun baking. The ...