Hotel Vila dos Orixas
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... locations (the boys puffing and panting while their taxi driver pushed their heavy bags in his wheelbarrow the entire time), they eventually settled on a resort style place with a pool, volleyball court and a big stage. Having finally got there, they grabbed the most expensive seafood platter they could find on the menu after haggling for a few free drinks to seal the deal. The bill came and they saw they were stung for the 'live music’ and forced “inclusive ...
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Day one. Arrived, found the second beach and laid in the sun pretty happy with ourselves, taking the occasional dip in the warm clear water in an attempt to cool off. Ate picnic then moved to the sun loungers where Anthony (our friendly waiter) would bring us beer while we watched the sun go down.
Day two. Get up early for a good breakfast, hire some snorkels and masks (finally) and attempt to snorkel on the first beach. ...
... seem to love so mutch. The mail contingences of the israily cople was half Brazilian so it was his knolage of local food that we reliyed upon. it made for some intresting meals as the guy loved everthing edible was always on the hunt. I tried more local dishes in those three days than I did on the rest of my trip.
The following day we set off to see some sights. We were going to book into a boat trip when the hevens were rent open and the sky fell in ...
... style, I just meant it was ******* beautiful. I stayed there for ages, staring at that. You tired to leave but you just had to come back. It was a sort of magnetic attraction. I didnt have my camera with me that day so those images will only remain in my head.
... complete with tropical fruit designs and chairs (mobile shade), cushions and our tent from Panama City and were ready to leave for the festival. The site of Pratigi Beach was further away from Salvador and more secluded than we anticipated. The Israelis we met on the flight from Rio had arranged a driver and hire van to make the 5 hour journey south to Pratigi Beach, near Valenca, Bahia. Along with a Swiss pixie, fire twirler boy we met in the hostel, nine of ...