Pousada Mar e Flores

Praia Gamboa do Morro de Sao Paulo, Morro de Sao Paulo, State of Bahia, 45400-000, Brazil | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B is located on Praia Gamboa do Morro de Sao Paulo, Morro de Sao Paulo.
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    Travel Blogs from Morro de Sao Paulo

    Ilha Grande.

    A travel blog entry by lindb on Mar 18, 2014

    18 photos

    ... decided to snorkel, but again visibility was not great. Tam and Andy came back early, Tam was complaining that there was definitely something wrong with her air and she had to change to her emergency regulator. She was not happy. Others also complained that the air still tasted funny. Tam made a complaint to the dive master who said he would speak to his boss. They had seen some pretty cool stuff though including a turtle, huge star fish and funny looking dragon ...

    Tropical Island

    A travel blog entry by squiresmm on Jun 17, 2012

    42 photos

    ... luggage so heavy! Ooops!Our Hotel was a 5 min walk from the main harbour village, Abraão. The hotel is not the best we've ever stayed in but as this remote tropical island with no cars & very little modern influence we can't expect too much. Though there was a 30 second pause each time we entered our rooms to make sure there was nothing lurking in the shadows!We spent a coupe of hours the first night exploring the village before dinner & getting to know ...


    A travel blog entry by natalie.tillen on Feb 14, 2012

    5 comments, 44 photos

    ... dirt roads, small villages. Got in to Valença around 9am and there happened to be an Aussy and an Argentine getting off the same bus as me going to the docks as well, so we shared a cab together. Thank goodness too, the woman at the hostel said it was a short walk to the boats from the bus station. More like a 20 walk. The Argentine woman helped me with my portuguese to buy my ticket and there was a boat leaving in 5 mins, so I just walked straight on to the boat. On the boat was ...

    Rain affected Ilha Grande

    A travel blog entry by mkuncio on Jan 08, 2012

    5 photos

    Leaving mainland Brazil behind we headed south to catch a ferry over the island of Ilha Grande. Ilha Grande is an island surrounded by beach and rainforest. The island has a fascinating history, as it was variously a pirate's lair, a leper colony and a prison for violent criminals. The oppressive ruins of the prison can still be visited. The only cars that are on the Island are those for Emergency services which makes the Island a great place to relax without the ...

    Ilha Grande

    A travel blog entry by midgesrtw on Jul 24, 2011

    15 photos

    ... in order to get to the beach on the other side. Luckily the Inca Trail gave us all the training we needed to dominate the hike. Two hours in we came upon another popular beach just as the heavens decided to open. We found a table at one of the beach restaurants and had a relaxing lunch while we waited for the storm to pass. Realising that we weren’t going to make the last hour of the hike or the walk back due to the weather, we booked a water taxi back to the main ...