Canto d'Alvorada Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
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... had plonked herself down and was now leaning on me and my seat. I was squashed. She wasn't very big but for a small person she took a lot of room. I think at 6 am ish the bus made a stop. I got off to have a stretch and go to the toilet and when I sat back down she didn't sit next to me. So I got a good few hours of sleep and space. At about 11 the bus made another stop and we got 'chatting' again. She was actually very sweet. She then came and sat with me ...
... to Trancoso, we walked the Quadrado, the town square with the third oldest church in Brazil and full of overpriced shops and restaurants. We ended up finding a great place to eat with a chef named Vito. His claim to have the best burgers (we could add about ten different toppings from bacon, avocado, cheeses, etc) in Brazil did not disappoint! They were so good, Dean and Michael ate them again the second night (after Michael got his sushi appetizer fix at a different place). Day ...
... go here all the time.
After lunch I went to go for a nice swim in the clear ocean. The water was extremely warm! I have never felt anything better. I was exactly like taking a bath. The beach was so rustic, I loved it. As I left the beach I took one of the rentable cars and drove down the road. The road was extremely bumpy. I've started to realize a lot of things are not well paved here in Brazil, or ...
... person crazy enough to pay is Jeffrey. He described the party as full of nubile 16-18 year old girls wearing almost no clothing, extremely drunk and out-numbering guys at least five to one. Turns out Porto Seguro is THE place for young Brazilians to go and let loose after they finish school and they are bussed in by the thousand by tour companies specifically catering to this age-group. Also catering to this age group are the marketing operations of ...
We'd made the decision when planning the trip, based on the tickets we had and rough route we were taking, to break up the 30+ hour trip up the coast with a coupe of days in a much cheaper beach town. Arrial D'Ajuda is an area not far from Porto Segura, where we bussed in and out of, connected by a barge/ ferry. After stretching our legs post 19 hour bus ride we jumped in a taxi to the port, bought our tickets and scrambled onto the back of the ferry (more a skiff with a tug) ...