Aldeia Da Mata Lodge Itacare
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... hot. It must be in the 80s and Paulo says this is cold for him! When we met up at his place (down an old alley), he took out a case of acai and we enjoyed the snack with some fresh guava juice he made while we chatted. He is a very warm and friendly person. He is a software engineer in Salvador. I asked why he was so willing to let strangers into his home and he replied that it is for the cultural experience. After updating all the photos in my blog, I went to ...
... then went to pick up some provisions for dinner. Started to rain so crisps, beer and a game of monopoly in our new home before cooking a late dinner of pasta and watching the Grand Budapest Hotel - good film. The following day we decided to head to Tiririca beach - complete with bar, skate park and good waves to splash about in. The first day in a while which was constant sun so we just chilled on the beach doing as you do on a beach in the sun. After a few beers ...
... for example the streets are still deep powdery sand, so everyone uses the beach as the main thoroughfare.
Arnold and me gave up our air conditioned room to Mel and Franco. Mel had been badly bitten at the last place. In addition to a lot of little bites (looks like a rash she had so many), she also had a blister the size of a 5p. She was a bit down and needed a bit of TLC.
Our room was ok, nice and cool due ...
... to be to get us drunk, so we would not be able to do anything. The last round of vodka had less than an inch of space left in the glass for mixers. Must have been close to a bottle between the 3 glasses.
The poor Momma had to come back after midnight to make us some chips. I love a place that just won't shut if there are clients still wanting to ...
... into sunlight. They continued on over some cliff faces and eventually stumbled on beach 5. Getting late and dark they enjoyed a short time there before trekking back through the now mozzie and weird bug ridden jungle to their pousada where the guy admitted with a giggle that there was actually one turn you’re supposed to go right! Boiling hot and thirsty the boys cracked a schinny (their new favourite beer) and went for a dusk swim.
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