Brisamar Hotel Sao Luis
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Travel Blogs from Sao Luiz de Maranhao
... in São Luis right in the historic centre in a converted old colonial mansion. It was nice to have some creature comforts the room was great and the hotel had an amazing courtyard where breakfast was served, and it was hostel price! They also had a lovely pizzeria attached. Exploring the hotel we found a cute little black kitten in residence, that we had a play with. After a quick shower we headed out to explore the historic centre and were lucky to see rehearsals for the ...
... rice & salad. After dinner entertainment involved attending the nightclub just opposite our hostel - had to whack out my passport copy as everyone got ID'd when they went in. We got there as it opened so not many people & rather boring. After a few drinks & a couple of hilarious dance moves from the older people in the group we left for bed. Apparently the club finally livened up about 2am as Dan saw it into the morning dancing ...
... a 45 minute cab ride from the hotel, we have the quickest start of the trip. Plus, each time we meet interesting people who are incredibly helpful with things to see and do in our short stay in their region as well as intel on what lies ahead. A good thing because our goal is to make it to Belem today. It is 600 miles and will require a fuel stop in Sao Luis.
On the way out, passing by ...
... killer! good and bad. 14 hours in economy becomes really really really hot after the first 1 and a half hours. but you meet a lot of people, especially being the only two gringas and the view is amazing. for some reason the train decided to keep the tvs on throughout the whole ride, even though the only thing shown was the letters DVD bouncing from one corner to the next, while the screen was dismantled into waves and grey flashes. ...
... influenced city in Brazil. It was first discovered by the French who quickly lost it to the Portuguese and it sits at the mouth of several estuaries in the Baia de Sao Marcos, which is an extension of the Atlantic Ocean. It is very attractive and very poor. The houses are coated with beautiful patterned tiles, used to protect the plaster and brick work from the elements and is thus named the tiled city. The African influence is seen not only in the colour of ...