Hotel Marina Porto Abrolhos

Address: Rua da Baleia, 333, Alcobaca, State of Bahia, 45900-000, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rua da Baleia, 333, Alcobaca.
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    Travel Blogs from Alcobaca

    Nearing the end

    A travel blog entry by brazil2011 on Aug 07, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... we would soon be done and also leave.

    This week, we completed a lot of work. Mark and I have been exhausted. Yesterday, we quit work at 5pm. It seemed like the whole team was physically finished as we did not return to work from our 5pm break. Today, we also worked at a slower pace. We achieved our goals for the work and did a few smaller projects to beautify the project. The concrete ...

    Life in Liberdade

    A travel blog entry by brazil2011 on Aug 05, 2015

    Mark and I are the only two team members remaining. We have been busy working this week and still have a lot to do. Our goal is to pour a cement ceiling on the second floor of the community center before we leave. If we do not accomplish that, we should be very close. As our team has gotten smaller, the progress is slower. However we also ...

    Monday - A Day of Work & Diversity

    A travel blog entry by brazil2011 on Jul 27, 2015

    6 comments, 18 photos

    ... all the forms installed or in place on the second floor ready for installation tomorrow, moved a major pile of broken bricks/plaster, prepared the base for a new side walk and knocked out a door way for a future bathroom. Now, let's talk about the diversity of the day. First, we continue to learn about Brazilian culture, music, dance, food and just what it's like living in Liberdade. Today, we ...

    Caraca

    A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 11, 2014

    6 photos

    The monastic life; wolves and monkeys and lots of birds.

    After a month of city living we went to stay in Caraca for a couple of nights. This is a nature sanctuary owned and maintained by an ex-monastery. There is an old church there and the brothers' cells have been turned into a guesthouse. There was also once a prestigious boarding school there attended by several Brazilian presidents in their youth, but it has been closed ...

    Nothing stops Gringos from Having fun...

    A travel blog entry by oreydc on Jul 27, 2014

    27 photos

    ... great to walk around in the rain and enjoy the sounds of the rain on the leaves

    Nothing stops gringos from having a great day out, I am so glad we went, it was another aspect of Inhotim that I would have missed if we had just stayed home... thanks to Jenna for eroding me!
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