Travel Blogs from Sao Luis, Brazil

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Brazil, beans and broccoli, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Brazil, beans and broccoli

A travel blog entry by helene

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... trip that I have hated - too chaotic, noisy and hot. I got stuck there for four miserable days while I tried to get a flight to Sao Luis, where I am now. Sao Luis is a beautiful old town with narrow cobbled streets and colonial buildings. There´s not a ...

Wandering the colonial Sao Luis, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Wandering the colonial Sao Luis

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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... which this part of Brazil has a lot of links to. We think we established that the festival was the last night of a festival for Sao Luis birthday but dont take our word for it. After a while and before a fight broke out amongst some locals over who ...

The Capital of Reggae, Sao Louis, Brazil travel blog

The Capital of Reggae

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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Brazil´s self proclaimed capital of Reggae music is Sao Louis... a cool colonial town where all the buildings are covered in Portuguese tiles, supposedly to combat the heat. I arrived with my buddy Boris after a miserable, overpriced, 14 hour bus ride ...

Onde esta Paco?, São Luís, Brazil travel blog

Onde esta Paco?

A travel blog entry by camille

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... 's house. Preta is the main character on Da Cor Do Pecado and she is in love with Paco (played by the sexiest man in Brazil, Reynaldo Giannecchi) Preta has gone to Rio with her and Paco´s son (who Paco doesn´t know exists because he supposedly died in a ...

Rough and Reggae, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Rough and Reggae

A travel blog entry by abacaxirlanda

On to Sao Luis, a real party town with nice beaches. met some really nice people there and lost my heart to a fruit ...

Anything Can Happen In Two Days, São Luís, Brazil travel blog

Anything Can Happen In Two Days

A travel blog entry by travelnshit

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1. You could get hit on by one of the staff on the bus who takes a seat next to you and inspects your fingers for any sign of a ring forcing you to explain to him in your best Portuguese (which is basically really bad Spanish combined with sloooowww, ...

Sao Luis, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Sao Luis

A travel blog entry by irishblontravel

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Italians continue..., São Luis, Brazil travel blog

Italians continue...

A travel blog entry by holident

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... a while with a quick paddle to cool off my feet. The São Francisco area seems typical of the new wealth areas of Brazil where citizens seek the safety & comfort of high rise apartment complexes. The source of the wealth was offshore, 20+ ships waiting ...

Party place, São Luis, Brazil travel blog

Party place

A travel blog entry by holident

Off at a lazy 8.30am the truck drove 4-5 hours to São Luis, reggae capital if Brazil. For the first time since bring on the truck I sat in the front seats, just as great view of the road ahead but far better ventilated than sitting in the front of the ...

Getting Better, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Getting Better

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant

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This is a great town, built on a hilly coastal site. The old town has had many of the buildings restored and there is an ongoing effort to improve the frabric of the old buildings. It is also feista time - they seem to party for the whole ...

Point To Note, São Luís, Brazil travel blog

Point To Note

A travel blog entry by travelnshit

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... . I discovered this the hard way whilst wandering round São Luís which, if you consult your handy map book, is right near the top of Brazil, closer to the Equator than I've ever been. It's hot. Like, seriously fucking hot. I mean, I've been in Cairns, ...

Sorry Baby But I’m Leaving You For Mallory, São Luís, Brazil travel blog

Sorry Baby But I’m Leaving You For Mallory

A travel blog entry by travelnshit

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Ana, I love you, I really do. But right now I love Mallory more. Ok, so she's not the most attractive, she's dusty and she's loud but shit she's cool and I know if you came to the Tropics and met her you'd love her as much as I do. Still wish you were ...

Eu no falo português (mas eu quero aprender), Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Eu no falo português (mas eu quero aprender)

A travel blog entry by 12_months_off

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... journey through South America - enjoying its beaches, colonial history and lively African culture. My trip along Brazil's Northeastern shore will start at São Luis - an old slaving port with a relaxed atmosphere (but lively weekends), a centre where most ...

Dunes & Rocks, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Dunes & Rocks

A travel blog entry by olivierdbck

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Na de waterbuffels terug de boot op naar 'Belém' waar de nachtbus richting 'Sao Luis' ons reeds opwachtte. Onderweg heb ik Paulo leren kennen, een jonge Braziliaan die Engels spreekt en de komende dagen min of meer dezelfde plannen heeft.  Perfect ...

São Luis, São Luis, Brazil travel blog

São Luis

A travel blog entry by lelaulau

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Ce fut une arrivée un peu précipité dans au nom de Louis XIII: São Louis. J´avais pris contact par Hospitality Club avec un mi-allemand mi-bresilien, mais je n´avais pas eu l´occasion de l'occasion de le prévenir avant d'arriver. Après avoir ...

Parque Lençóis Maranhenses és São Luís, São Luís, Brazil travel blog

Parque Lençóis Maranhenses és São Luís

A travel blog entry by perec

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A mai nap a rég várt Lençóis parkról, azaz a maranhão-i lepedőkről szólt: http://parquelencois.com.br. Ebbe a természeti csodának számító nemzeti parkba nem lehet autóval behajtani, ezért a túraszervező irodák dzsippel ...

Sao Luis, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Sao Luis

A travel blog entry by koutinka

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Sao Luis, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Sao Luis

A travel blog entry by mrewkowski

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... and a day to kill in the most boring town we had seen yet. We decided to stay in a pousada close to the bus station (check out Sao luis pics). This was a grungy a dump as we had seen yet. Did not feel too safe and cetainly not too clean. But it was very ...

Parque Nacional Lencois de Maranhenses, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Parque Nacional Lencois de Maranhenses

A travel blog entry by ray_harrington

... (March to Sept), the spaces between the dunes fill with fresh rain water making it one of the most beautiful places in Brazil. I have slipped increasingly off the backpacker trail now. Do the tour with 9 other Brasiliero´s most of whom are approaching ...

Portuguese Tiles, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Portuguese Tiles

A travel blog entry by ashifreeshma

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São Luis is the chief seaport for the northern states of Brazil. Walking through the streets of the old quarter of Sao Luiz was fun.  Quaint little squares, with cafes selling juice at the corners, grandiose churches looming overtop ...

Im sick, Im hot, but its just all amazing!, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Im sick, Im hot, but its just all amazing!

A travel blog entry by boomergirl

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God, where to start, I want to do some sightseeing, so Ill do point form... bear with me... - Arrived in Sao Luis Thursday on time depiste 2 hour delay - odd - Decided to take bus from airport to bus station and take bus dierctly to Barrenhanesi to ...

finally on land and jamming out, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

finally on land and jamming out

A travel blog entry by jpsadventures

... reggae capital of brasil! ive been here for 3 nights and now i am waiting for a bus to go to jericoacoara, and then fortaleza. SAo Luis is this beautiful old colonial city, which is still very well preserved, and this state, Maranhao, has some of the best ...

Sao Luis, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Sao Luis

A travel blog entry by jon-daniella

... guy of about 23 years old, he was a student training to be a pharmacist, he had recently returned to Sao Luis, from Porto Alegre in the south of Brazil, and Portugal. His English was excellent so we did not have any communication problems. He lived with ...

Relaxing up north, Sao Luis/Alcantara, Brazil travel blog

Relaxing up north

A travel blog entry by jronco

... the hostel in Campo Grande yesterday around 4 am and flew up to Sao Luis, on the northeast coast, and arrived around 2 in the afternoon. Sao Luis is the most adorable city I have seen here in Brazil! I am staying in the old colonial part of town, and ...

Brazilian beaches, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Brazilian beaches

A travel blog entry by pamericas

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We will post trip information here as soon as it starts. For 2010, we will continue planning the project and look for Sponsors that are willing to invest and support the Project. All indications in that regard is highly appreciated. Please contact us by ...

Reggae city, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Reggae city

A travel blog entry by witek

I had a few hours here before the bus to Belem on the same day, so I decided to walk around and decide whether I wanted to stay the night. I managed to see the entire historic centre and have a guarana shake in time to catch the last ...

Let Me Introduce Pedro!, São Luís, Brazil travel blog

Let Me Introduce Pedro!

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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... theme of corruption will be held in many a conversation to come."Ah,but my friend" gesticulated one old veteran,"we love Brazil,we love Sao Luis,our city,our community,we dance and we dance,the reggae beat moves us" Eventually after a long chat sitting in ...

Got blues, got blues, Got the Saint Louis Blues, São Luís, Brazil travel blog

Got blues, got blues, Got the Saint Louis Blues

A travel blog entry by southwickchris

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... cutting board with a hammer. Yup. Many hilarious pictures taken. Zero turned out. November 15 is a holiday, the day Brazil became a republic. So I guess its almost like Brazil gets two Independence days. One for freedom from Portugal, the other ...

Humid in Sao Luis, São Luís, Brazil travel blog

Humid in Sao Luis

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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... the trees in the surrounding area have been cut down and replaced with palms,which bring big income and trade into the modern Sao Luis. Its most famous contribution to the world though are the terracotta tiles which were and are exported across the ...

Una mas semana, Sao Luis, Brazil travel blog

Una mas semana

A travel blog entry by jtrail

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Beautiful old colonial town, much of which is being restored, but very very sleepy....even on the weekend JFD & I were dissapointed at the lack of Reggae music which we believed was everywhere. Highlight was spending time in little place called ...

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