Hotel Plaza Baia Norte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a nice relief from the heat, but meant we didn't move far from the hammocks. After five nights, and because we had plenty of time to kill before Carnaval, we decided to stay a further five nights but changed hostels to one down the road which was cheaper but meant sacrificing the hammocks and pool. The cloudy and rainy days continued which enabled us to do another hike in comfort, from one side of the island to the other, taking just over three hours. The majority of the walk was ...
... or so, and to have a home for a while. There's nothing quite like waking up to the sound of the waves and having the beach at your doorstep. I can never seem to stay away from a beach for too long. In addition to drinking, I have also had a lot of chill time here so I have had a lot of time to think. Throughout my trip so far I have been asked, "why travel so far and for so long?" I think, "why not?" We travel to learn, to venture into the unknown, and ...
... The service station workers saw my dismay and started ringing the bus company to get me picked up but their English and my Portuguese wasn't a good mix. In the mean time Larry and Beto were on the bus not knowing I was gone. Eventually one of them questioned my presence and they just thought I was in the bus toilet. On checking they realised I wasn't there so rushed to the front to try and get the bus turned around. Just as I thought I was utterly screwed the ...
... about a gig that Donavon Frankenreiter was playing on a popular beach in a couple of days time. Mia was stoked because she particularly is a massive fan and has actually paid to see him a couple of times when he's played in Perth. We were even more overjoyed when we found out that the gig was free! We trekked to the beach early because we'd heard it would be packed and were pretty dismayed to discover that everybody was just in their bikinis (if you can call them bathers when ...
... mangled. After surf lessons, Arone and I grabbed some beers and walked along the beach just chatting and shooting the ****, like we do. Finally made it back to the hostel for dinner and drinks. We actually ended up making food in the kitchen together by ourselves. The hostel actually offered home made dinner by an in-house italian chef ever night and she and a couple of her fellow staff members use a big outdoor BBQ to cook and prepare the meat and then dinner is served on ...