May 26, 2011
Check in: Pousada Picinguaba
The philosophy at this hotel is to completely disconnect from everything. It took me about five seconds upon arrival to become an ardent follower. In fact, I think I am going to start a new religion called “Picinguabism.”
That looks so relaxing. And that sounds like a great religion, although some people (like me) might not be able to pronounce it correctly.
Haha, pronunciation isn’t important! 😉
I want to be a follower too! Those pillows are just screaming for my head to rest on them! Sounds like you’re having a wonderful time! SO HAPPY FOR YOU!
Thanks lovely! I’m having the BEST time, I’d dare to say the best trip I’ve EVER been on!!! XOXO
You guys stay at some of the best places I have ever seen! I will definitely be coming to you for hotel advice in S. America 😉
Glad to hear you are having an AMAZING time!
I LOVE giving hotel advice!!! Definitely come to me 🙂
Wow, that photo is amazing. I already feel relaxed just from looking at it. 🙂
It was painful to leave, painful.
Oh yes…amen sister!
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