Hotel-Pousada Porto da Lua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel-Pousada Porto da Lua Praia do Forte
beautiful hotel with very friendly and helpful staff.Hammock in every room and beach a stones throw away.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel-Pousada Porto da Lua Praia do Forte
Travel Blogs from Praia do Forte
... salad. We all ate together as a family. Mrs. Rosaneli's cooking is just freaking amazing. Everything is sooo good. I think another reason it is sooo good, besides her cooking skills, is that everything is fresh. The chicken had come from a farm not too far away and the fruit is all extremely fresh. SO GOOD!!! Even though I'm not sure what is going on, I like being around or their conversations. They're the best.
The day started with a quest for transportation information to get out of Praia do Forte. We tryed bus and car. The rental was prohibitive. So we decided to go by bus at the end of the day to Salvador in order to get a night bus to The unknown maceió. In the process we had breakfast in Casa da nati for the second time, bought some ...
... of Brazilian's holiday here. We got to see the locals performing Capoeira - a Brazilian martial art that combines dance, acrobats and music. Also tried a Moqueca which is a Brazilian fish stew- gorgeous! A great place to chill out and wander ...
... and dates already). Nevermind, we went back on a minibus where we nearly died as no one can drive in Brazil but managed to get back to the hostel ok after jumping off another moving bus as it was the wrong one!
Back at the Rodavaria now waiting for our bus to Lencois, Alice got stuck in the turnstile of the bus with her rucksack, she couldn't stop laughing, someone pushed her through. I just stood and watched. ...
For the two weeks since I wrote my first entry for this trip I have been completely swamped. As soon as my jet stopped lagging, I was already behind on sleep/energy from all the new, fantastic experiences. I´m reminded constantly of my study abroad experience as an undergrad in Costa Rica...the time spent in serious thought and wrenching the mind around linguistic anomalies really tires me (and the rest of the group) out. Luckily, there ...