Aimbere Eco Resort Hotel

Address: Rua Francisco Gomes, 609, Luiz Correia, State of Piaui, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua Francisco Gomes, 609, Luiz Correia, is near Number One Tours.
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    Travel Blogs from Luiz Correia

    Bus fail

    A travel blog entry by maeve.osullivan on Aug 17, 2012

    ... to the wall so when I pushed it down onto the seat and let go to adjust myself it flew right back up and onto the wall. After several attempts I had to come to terms with the fact that this was not going to be a pretty sight. I managed to get to the sitting down stage before I was flung around the room like a ragged doll by the combination of awful driving and horrendous road maintenance. Ohhh would it never end? I completed the procedure as quick as ...

    Urban Sprawl

    A travel blog entry by phileden on Aug 09, 2011

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... during our stay. It doesn't offer the same eye candy as the metro in Medellin or Caracas, but it costs just over £1 to go pretty much anywhere in the city so it's difficult to complain. We used the metro to visit Estadio do Pacaembu because we'd heard good things about the Museo do Futebol inside the stadium. It cost only £1 to get in (with our student cards) and we were each given an English audio guide to ...

    Parnaiba on a Sunday!!

    A travel blog entry by thomasandannie on Jul 24, 2011

    We arrived in Parnaiba on a night bus from Fortaleza at 8:00 am, and immediately booked a bus out of there to Sao Luis!!! Lonely planets say that Parnaiba is an unremarkable river crossing and unfortunately they were right. However 30 minutes outside of the town there is amazing beach so we grabbed breakfast from a supermarket and jumped on a bus out to the beach. We were the first ones onto the bus and it being ...

    Aunties and uncles

    A travel blog entry by helen-sean on Mar 24, 2011

    12 photos

    Late afternoon sat in your sarong, a few scoops, playing doms, Fela Kuti soundtrack - there“s worse ways to spend a Thursday afternoon. Funny, enjoyable town this - completely dead at night and weekend, throbbing with life daytime. Strange skyline of palm trees and (brick) factory chimneys pumping out smoke.

    Parnaiba“s river delta is the biggest in South America and promises mangroves, sand dunes, ...

    Sour Paulo

    A travel blog entry by lucylambo on Jan 22, 2011

    Got the bus from Paraty and as it entered Sao Paulo there was literally a huge dark cloud hanging over the place, an electrical storm broke out (Wrighty obviously had fingers firmly shoved in ears and an indignant look on her face!) As we drove through the city there ...