Monte Pascoal Praia Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... place. Lots of lovely looking restaurants and shops. None of which I could afford. But they looked nice. This is actually where my lovely Kilina got engaged to David I later found out. What a lovely place to get engaged. I took a walk down to the beach. It looked nice, the beach was not very wide, the tide comes up very high in the afternoon/evening. I then walked back to my hostel and cooked up my chick pea curry, inspired by Onni, Kilina's sister. I was ...
... umbrellas and served drinks and food. We walked halfway down, found a nice, quaint spot to spend the day and ordered beers, mojitos and appetizers in order to spend our minimum $80 Reals (about $15 per person) in order to use their chairs, bamboo mats and awning for the day. Thinking we already reached our cheap minimum, we still ended up carrying 11 unopened beers back to our hotel to reach it. Some people traveled by helicopter that would drop off right on the beach. ...
... go here all the time.
After lunch I went to go for a nice swim in the clear ocean. The water was extremely warm! I have never felt anything better. I was exactly like taking a bath. The beach was so rustic, I loved it. As I left the beach I took one of the rentable cars and drove down the road. The road was extremely bumpy. I've started to realize a lot of things are not well paved here in Brazil, or ...
... then bring them one by one, Rodizio style, cutting a slice from each skewer until you tell them to stop. Or you die. Whichever comes first. None of us want to pay 40 Reals for this but Paul gently encourages us until one of the Australian boys says yes. I quickly cotton on to Paul's game. As the meat keeps on coming, literally every two minutes, a stockpile develops from which Paul helps himself to a free lunch. It's quite obvious from the size of his gut, this is a ...
We'd made the decision when planning the trip, based on the tickets we had and rough route we were taking, to break up the 30+ hour trip up the coast with a coupe of days in a much cheaper beach town. Arrial D'Ajuda is an area not far from Porto Segura, where we bussed in and out of, connected by a barge/ ferry. After stretching our legs post 19 hour bus ride we jumped in a taxi to the port, bought our tickets and scrambled onto the back of the ferry (more a skiff with a tug) ...