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... trek of Vale do Pati where we hiked up and down mountains, through valleys, across rivers, under waterfalls, and generally exhausted ourselves after walking a total of 60km over the four days. We did recieve the luxury of a pousada to stay at each night, along with amazing breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for each day. The trip was beautiful, peaceful, and there were even fireflies at night! So, that´s Brazil in a nutshell. Next ...
... away with anything when you look a bit German.
The next morning I switched hostels to my preferred choice just a minute down the street. I hated that random hostel. The sheets were covered in plastic. They didn't have any drinking water and the toilets were blocked. Why do people stay in places like this. My new hostel was so much nicer and the people were cool too. Met a half american, half scouse girl (with the accent to match) and an English guy and ...
We caught an early morning flight from Recife to Salvador, leaving behind a city none of us were too unhappy to see the last of and excited to see what our next destination had to offer. Our flight was with an airline called Azul, I have no idea who they are but they were fantastic. Clean Shirt booked the flight and checked us in the night before, somehow he'd managed to get seats with extra leg room on the first row for me, Grafite and Junior Lewis whilst he was sat back ...
... old city. Everywhere one looks on walls ceilings, doors, windows are painstakingly carved frescoes covered in gold foil. We rounded off the day with a refreshing Camparino drink in the old city square listening to the pulse of the ever present street ...
... are pretty social diners. Most of the menus I
saw there were sized and priced for 2 or more people and it was like
pulling teeth to get them to halve it and lower the price. I decided to
try a local stew that I had seen on many menus while up in the Northern
towns. A 45r stew called Moqueca. It ended up being a bit like a soupy
seafood Paella, with a side of beans, rice and salad. Lots of food. So
much food that I didn’t ...