Address: Avenida Vasco Neto, 10, Ponta do Muta, State of Bahia, 45520-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Vasco Neto, 10, Ponta do Muta.
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Travel Blogs from Ponta do Muta

Day 30: Vale do Capão, Bahia, Brazil

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 09, 2014

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... authentic Brazilian meal of churrasco (grilled meat). I helped wash dishes and build the fire and the girls all cooked. They made rice, farofa, and tomato salad. Then we just started piling meat on the grill: sausage, chicken, steak, and pork; another great meal. The meat is slow cooked so from when we started around 4 until I had to catch my bus around 8:15, the grill was never ...

Day 29: Vale do Capão, Bahia, Brazil

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 08, 2014

88 photos

... happy atmosphere. The place I got dinner, called Pachamama was really awesome. I went alone because I hadn't met with my friends yet but it was just what the doctor ordered. The place is run by a guy from São Paulo who loves jazz, Chef Pedro Meza Camargo. He was playing some nice relaxing jazz, an album by Allen Toussaint. I was surprised to hear this type of non-Latin jazz so I started talking music with him. He even is a fan of Soulive. Then, one of my ...

Day 28: Vale do Capão, Chapada, Brazil

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 07, 2014

48 photos

... t allowed to swim in this one though. It was discovered by hunters in 1940 and the water is 60 meters deep! I must have slept in the van on the way to the caves because I don't remember driving so much. It took us 3 hours to get back to Vale do Capão. Once we were back I decided to take it easy at my hostel in order to prepare for another long day tomorrow. Time to shower and ...

Day 27: Vale do Capão, Chapada National Park

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 06, 2014

43 photos

... and I grabbed my things and went to a hostel called Sempre Viva up the street. No wifi and the power was out for some reason but I was able to take a hot shower and a nap and for around US$12 I was able to get my own room with a bed. I would have just camped but it had been raining all day so it wasn't worth it. I was woken by Sergio and Camila who came to get me for dinner. We ate a family style dinner of the ...

Vale do capao

A travel blog entry by fnchabini on Jun 30, 2014

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... we were really tired but couldn't help but go to explore another beautiful marvel of nature - waterfall Fumaca. It was a 16 km walk, so we really got our share of exercising. Tomorrow we go to Salvador and just by pure luck it is the day Belgium plays against the US. And guess what? We are going to see it! Thanks to some cool American guys we met on the boat in Amazon who managed to get the tickets for ...