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

Picanha and Acai

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Feb 07, 2015

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I woke up craving ridiculous amounts of meat today so I organised with Deborah and her friends to meet at a churrascaria in the north of the city. We drove up to the place and while we waited ordered enough food for 4 people, which included 3 pieces of picanha (the best thing about Brazil) and a mixture of other meat. Amanda arrived a little while after, and we chatted while we waited for our food to come out.

The cool thing about this place is they bring a ...

Couchsurfing Meeting

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Feb 06, 2015

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I organized with Naara to come and watch one of my classes today at BK21 so I got her to meet me there at the office. When she got there, we had a chat to the guys in the office and the told us that they didn't want classes anymore. Well I guess that's it. no more BK21 for me.

We went across the road and had some lunch before making our way to the office where we prepared our next class ...

Get money money, get money money money

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Feb 05, 2015

I woke up today much earlier than normal and could not get back to sleep, so I went to the gym before work.

I had a big day ahead of me, 3 classes! My first class started at 2pm and I was working with Bernado who is studying for his English exam to get into school in the USA. I still had ...

Inhotim :)

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Jan 06, 2015

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... that you could use to write whatever you wanted. Names proved to be popular judging by the number of people's name that were standing (and had fallen over) in the field. I couldn't help but get my tourist on. People were looking at my name funny. "Matty" isn't very Brazilian, but then the irish man's "Cormac" isn't too popular either. Bloody gringos.

We made our way back past a few more lakes that we hadn't passed yet, on our way back to ...

The Lord's Sabbath Day

A travel blog entry by brazil2011 on Jul 27, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... after the benediction, we were all greeted by hugs by every person in the church! How many of our churches would do the same??? After a quick but fun van ride back to the church with all 22 norte americanos and brasileiros, we were treated to another meal of cachorro quente (brazilian hotdogs) which are wonderful. As you can see the day was all about food, family, fun, and praise! Looking forward to work tomorrow! Until then...your brother in Christ, ...