Hotel Canto Das Aguas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... to a plateau and then down to our first river for a swim and lunch. The water was pretty cold but it was a very hot walk so no one minded. We then had a steep climb up to a viewpoint of the mountains and valleys. It was the perfect spot to stop and have afternoon coffee, Nitsan came well prepared and pulled out his kettle and gas stove to prepare us all coffee bought all the way from Israel (Arabic coffee with cardamon). This became ...
... but in a place like this there can only be a different kind of tourist from those you find in places on the coast and on the beaches; people come here to spend a few days in the countryside, in the total absence of noise and stress, and to do some walking or a little trek in the National Park of Chapada Diamantina. This region is named after the fact that the Portuguese had dug several diamond mines around here, although now few traces remain of that past, if not for ...
... to Filipa and we walk again to the beach. We stayed at the beach until 4 pm. Took a bath at the public showers and get mooving twords Salvador. Arriving the City, by night, we caught heavy trafic but managed to get to Rodoviaria on time to get the 8.30 pm night bus to Maceió. When we were buying the tickets I thought that I lost ...
... look around. Looks like a very pretty town so will definitely explore it tomorrow. The set-up for the restaurants was very similar to Spain, with tables out in the streets & lots of people buzzing around the local shops in between. Managed to find a restaurant with WiFi & cheesy pasta - ideal! Dined with Graham, Adam, Dan, Paul, Alex & Amanda with a very friendly Argentinian ...
... had been wild before, then this was another level - the place erupted! After finding an awesome caipirnha stand, the rest of the night was spent dancing, chatting to locals in broken English/Spanish and inevitably losing my voice! We met some lovely, friendly people and had a blast. Saturday night we decided on pipoca again and another lively night ensued! This time we started out with seven of us and face painting was the order of the day. We drew names from a hat and went for it ...