Hotel de Lencois
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Poço Diablo. The water is all a kind of dark red colour due to some fermentation of the plants when they die. It goes into the soil/clay earth. We didn't swim here but we had a walk along the river. Then the next stop was to Pai Inacio. We climbed up this big mound for about 15 minutes and at the top its a huge flat area and you get great views of the mountains around. It was really cool up there and pretty windy. Then we got back in the car and headed to a cave called ...
... authentic Brazilian meal of churrasco (grilled meat). I helped wash dishes and build the fire and the girls all cooked. They made rice, farofa, and tomato salad. Then we just started piling meat on the grill: sausage, chicken, steak, and pork; another great meal. The meat is slow cooked so from when we started around 4 until I had to catch my bus around 8:15, the grill was never ...
... I thought it was warm enough and I would be fine in just my jacket and pants and closed toed shoes and my hammock. Wrong! As I write this, it's 4:30 in the morning and I haven't been able to sleep the past 4 hours. I walked back to Tila's but everyone is sleeping and I don't want to wake anyone and have them feel bad for me. The last thing I want is for someone to offer me a bed out of sympathy so I am opting to wait until the morning. On the bright side, I have ...
Today I woke up at 6:45 and walked to Chila's house. I had time to eat a roll with the same processed cheese you get everywhere in Brazil before we headed out to Gruta Azul. Gruta Azul is a cave known for it's clear blue waters where people can swim. It was beautiful and the water was nice and warm. We had to take a shower before we went in because the water can get dirty from the oils ...
... world heritage site. While walking up I encountered a place that braided your hair and I paid 15R to get thread braided into my hair. The people who did it were very funny - especially the girl who was amusing and enjoyed posing and taking pictures. After this we walked back to the hostel. Back at the hostel we freshened up. Since I couldn't use the kitchen I was willing to go out for dinner - on a budget! We ended up finding this small little bar/cafe. The waiter was an ...