Arraial D'Ajuda Eco Resort
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- Swimming pool
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- Continental Breakfast
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... songs over and over again on our iPods. Me and Sheeno were fortunate enough to get seats beside each other but Gilly had no such luck. He had to sit beside an enormous woman who he said took up at least a third of his seat and the whole arm rest. At every opportunity he was giving out yards about his situation but it couldn't have happened to a more deserving person. Had a horrible sleep on the ...
... etc. Had dinner in the restaurant we went to on the first night and then went back to our room. Overall we didn't meet anyone in Arrail D'ajuda and it wasn't really a place I would recommend going if your travelling. Apart from the fact there's not much to there it's more catered for families and not three ...
... have tasted. It couldn't have been chicken because it tasted nothing like it. It was grey in colour and water was oozing out of it. It was just a piece of processed **** that definitely came from a packet. After two bites id had enough it was vile. Gillys burger was also a disgrace and was covered in spray on cheese from a can. He barely touched the thing. Worst part was that it cost $15 each. We were raging. Got back to the hostel and had another incredible pre ...
We arrived to Porto Seguro around 9am and got a taxi over to an island called Arrail D'ajuda. The reason we decided to go to this place was because we read that the nightlife was supposedly brillaint and it also had plenty of nice beaches. Our first impressions of the place was that it was fairly upmarket. The main street wouldn't have been out of place in somewhere like Vale De Lobo and was lined with lovely shops and restaurants. Sheeno claimed it was voted the nicest street ...
... next hour of the trip until we arrived in Porto Seguro. From here I took a taxi, as that is what the hostel had given me instructions to do and I couldn't see any local bus. It was pretty expensive but I took it and got to the ferry port where I took the very cheap ferry for 10 minutes across the river to Arraial D'Ajuda. I then had to take a local bus for 10 minutes and get off and walk to the hostel for about 5 minutes. No one was to be seen when I arrived at ...