Pousada Vivamar

Address: Avenida Ministro Salgado Filho 8484, Saquarema, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28990-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Ministro Salgado Filho 8484, Saquarema.
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Travel Blogs from Saquarema

Jumping seven waves

A travel blog entry by cookage on Dec 31, 2008

... there. We cracked our first beer at about noon and the preparations for lunch took a while. After a couple of hours everyone was gathered by the pool, Stephanie and Jeremy, and Anna from the hell hostel, with their contributions laid out on the table. For having no kitchen and few provisions, it was a bloody good lunch. At some point in the afternoon it started to poor rain and the party had to move around the front to the pizzeria, where ...

Nice town, shame about the hostel

A travel blog entry by cookage on Dec 23, 2008

... a little hole in the wall called "The Twins". Great food, lots of beans, rice, fries and salad and your choice of meat for next to nothing, all served by a crazy Brazilian woman. Wandering back, we stopped at a place on the water to check out prices and found a triple room with private (clean!) bathroom was two-thirds of what we were paying at the hostel, but they didn't have availability through New Year's. We walked further along and went to the pizzeria from ...


A travel blog entry by jellypalooza on Sep 26, 2008


... temperature. So we went and did the only thing any self respecting cailins (they´re not a fan of the fadas on this keyboard) we did what any self respecting coleens would do - oh yes we went and got Brazillian waxed in Brazil. And I don´t want to disappoint anyone so here is the truth - it was the best wax of my life, quick, no pain, every tiny thing gone and it was 50p - seriously it was for nothing. Boys? if you´re still reading, waxing of this ...

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

A travel blog entry by jamesharrison on Aug 23, 2008

... that we had seen in so many ads etc. I got some great shots and then we headed off for a boat ride that literally takes you underneath the falls. This was just crazy but I was so glad that we saved this for last. We got absolutely drenched! There was one point when a small wave came over the side and Danny got soaked, I laughed and then a small tidal wave came over and further drenched Danny but also covered Riccardo and I. My smile ...

Her name was Lola

A travel blog entry by adfieldbigtrip on Jul 10, 2007

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... there have been a few long, tough and stressful hours whiled away on both Copacobana and Ipanema beaches which are not only much longer than Blackpool but also packed to capacity most days and even more so at the weekends. Until now we had always thought of the beach as a lovely relaxing escape from life but the trip to Rio has changed this view as there is simply no quiet to be had here - so much life, laughter and ...