Parthenon Quatro Rodas Olinda
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So after much deliberating over route after the guide book fibbed as you couldn't fly direct to Manaus from campo grande we decided to add in another leg to our route and travel along the north east coast. We flew to Recife and went straight to Olinda, a UNESCO world heritage sight for it's many old building (mostly churches). The first sight to …
I have come on a 13 hour bus journey north of Salvador in Brazil. The journey was fine I had two seats to myself so plenty of room. It took about 14 hours in the end. The bus got into the city of Recife on Sunday 15th. I then took a metro and a bus to get me to Olinda which is where I was going to stay for 2 nights. Olinda is a colonial city 6km outside of Recife. It is a world heritage site. It has a lot of history surrounding the city. It was invaded by the Dutch in 1630 ...
It was a very brief stay in Olinda and Recife, however still a pretty cool one. We stayed in Olinda for both nights as they are only 15km apart and Olinda was supposed to be the nicer city. We stayed in a Pousada as hostels were scarce which ended up just being this ladies house. It was actually really cool and she was lovely! Olinda is an old city (founded in about the 1500's) from what I can remember and seems to have been owned by ...
... in Olinda rather than having then to take the metro to the centre
and then a bus to Olinda and walk up the ills with the luggage. He also
suggested it would only take 3 hours, but despite some scary driving once escaped
the massive queues of slow lorries on the single lane BR101, still took 5 and
still couldn’t get up the hills – the overladen and overworked sedan didn’t have
the oomph and ended up walking ...
... and musical heritage. The waterfront FIFA FanFest was jam-packed for the Brazil v Chile last 16 tie which kicked off at 1pm local time under a scorching sun. We were grateful to the vendors who struggled through the crowds to provide us with ice-cold cervejas throughout the game that was eventually decided on penalties. Thankfully, the party was to continue...!
Onward bus to Natal, 5 hours.