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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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A very cute town with cobblestone Main Street, tourist stores and restaurants. The town fronts the bay and plenty of islands Settled into our hotel and then the group headed to the beach for a quick dip and agua de coco (coconut juice) Showered from the extreme sweaty temperatures and went to an excellent seafood ...
... in appearance but it is definitely worth the innuendos you will hear while you are eating it- absolutely scrummy!! We are pleased that we have been reliably informed there will be churro stands in Rio! We followed this taste experience by heading to the bar of another local hostel for some cheap drinks and a good atmosphere. The hostel was lovely and run by the same company as our hostel in Rio- fingers crossed it is an improvement on the current ...
... and half, red bull vodka drinks!
As mentioned above the Pope is from Buenos Aires. The Argentine guide advised us that the Argentines aren't as religious as we first thought. Or maybe it would be more accurate saying that one second after the new Argentinian Pope was announced, catholic or Vatican flags were raised in Buenos Aires, Argentines became patriotic, and Mass became very popular in the new Catholic nation. Of course this is just the opinion of one guide. I had ...
... since its heyday as a staging post during the 18th century trade of Brazilian gold passing on to Portugal. The city was built because the indigenous tribes refused to let the Portuguese camp near the gold mines and so they built this city as a place to sleep. The houses originally had no windows as the Portuguese were raids and pirate attacks and the doors even today have been cut in half allowing the bottom half to ...
... mothers, we waited a while before putting sun cream on and jumped into the sea. Hannah was desperate for a good swim by now, as a combination of high waves and crocodiles had prevented it on Ilha Grande. We waded in together up to our knees...carried on wading with the water at our knees...kept on wading. By now we were some 100m from the shore, and the water hadn't gotten any deeper. Looking ahead, there were others even further out who hadn't reached deep water. We sighed ...