Albergue Pedra Da Sereia
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Albergue Pedra Da Sereia
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Albergue Pedra Da Sereia Salvador
Travel Blogs from Salvador
... both can't be located, the gymnastics required to read the paper holding it 5 feet away. Anyways, The thing is packed in a cute see through bag. I am never going to wear it. Ever. Never say never, of course. The next day, as my Paris purchased bikini tent is still drying from the night before and I don't fancy climbing into the wet fabric first thing in the morning, I grab the bag and open it. Thankfully I figure out the rigging in the privacy of my own bathroom ...
... into the stadium to replace that taste with some beers.
It had taken until our sixth match of this World Cup but we were finally in the stadium and in our seats with time to spare before kick-off. The players had just finished their warm-ups as we found our seats, the Holdsworth's and the Barnard's were sat in pairs and I was a couple of rows in front. Fifa had allocated us all seats in the same block, just a few feet away from each other, in the upper of ...
... actually stumbled upon Arembepe's smaller TAMAR turtle project site the day before while out for a walk along the beach, so had learned about the threatened plight of the five species of sea turtles native to the Brazilian coastline, and what the project has been doing since it was founded in the 80's, to physically protect the nests, assist the disoriented hatchlings back to sea, as well as encourage legislation to limit fishing practices that ...
... ones there! Nayan somehow negotiated our entrance fee from 50 reis each to 20 reis each! The club was a theatre set-up, with live bands, shows and an awesome DJ. By 1.30am, I was pretty tired so we called it a night. As we walked back, we saw hoards of people still entering the club who wondering why we were leaving so early!
Day two on the island was spent beach hopping between the secluded beach next to our pousada, and the more touristy and ...
... about my first class yesterday. They separated us into two classes, not by Portuguese ability, but by grad/undergrad...which is fair. The problem is there are undergrads who have taken Portuguese before and there are three of us in grad that have never taken a Portuguese class. 2 of those 3 are native Spanish speakers and then there is me. I'm ALWAYS at a disadvantage when it comes to language, but I guess that is what you get when you are a white girl ...