Hotel de Lencois
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... 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 ...
Yesterday I woke up and headed into town to grab some breakfast and lunch for the day ahead. My large group of new friends met me in town and once everyone had what they needed we set out for hike up Trilha Vale do Capão (Trilha means hiking trail) to see Cachoeira da Fumaça (waterfall of smoke). It is called this because it is so high up in the air where the water starts that the water turns into vapor before it reaches the bottom of it's fall. This was by ...
... 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 ...
... to Poco do Azul - just under two hours. The roads were interesting as they seem to be a main road between states and there was therefore a lot of trucks and no turning lanes - which made for scary over taking. I almost couldn't believe it when one truck tried to overtake it and almost hit an oncoming truck! When we arrived at Poco do Azul we had to pay a $15 R entry fee. Before we could enter the pools ourselves, we had to take a shower to ...
... started raining. Day two was very cloudy and looked like more rain so unfortunately we had to miss the walk up to castle rock which is a mountain with a cave in it, you climb through the cave into darkness to appear out the other side. Instead we had a short 6km walk down into the valley and ended up at a large swimming hole where we stopped for lunch and a swim. During the walk we came across guava, mango and jack fruit trees along ...