Nautico Praia Hotel & Convention Center
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... I didn't really feel like eating it much once I had cooked for an hour. So I ate a bit and then put it away to eat for the next few days. I then sat about a bit. There wasn't really anyone to chat to and it was a pretty quiet hostel. So about 11 I had a shower and went to bed. The next morning I got up about 9 and had a good free breakfast. The breakfast in Brazil is really good. They love a toasty machine so I always have a cheese toasty and some fruit ...
... to Trancoso, we walked the Quadrado, the town square with the third oldest church in Brazil and full of overpriced shops and restaurants. We ended up finding a great place to eat with a chef named Vito. His claim to have the best burgers (we could add about ten different toppings from bacon, avocado, cheeses, etc) in Brazil did not disappoint! They were so good, Dean and Michael ate them again the second night (after Michael got his sushi appetizer fix at a different place). Day ...
... at all. I do kind of like it though. It makes it seem all natural.
Lastly I went to the Quadrado in Trancoso. It was a place to learn more about the History of the town, and there were a bunch of different shops there as well. It is known as one of the places where Brazil started. It is where the language of portugese started.
And that was the end of my day! I can't wait for what tomorrow brings me. ...
... I have to admit, I too tucked in.
After the game we check out the local beach Terapuan, apparently the best beach in Porto Seguro but to be honest I'm not blown away. It's not the prettiest and this isn't helped by the empty looking beach bars making the place seem rather desolate. At least isn't raining as the forecast predicted.
The next day I hop in a cab with James, who is flying to Salvador but needed to kill a few hours before his flight, ...
... locals and their lorries, cars and bikes and took the 10 minute ride to the other side. There a taxi ran us to the hostel ... And we came across our first real basic accommodation. The hostel fits perfectly into the slightly hippie vibe we first encountered in Arrial and whilst we had absolutely no complaints the private 3 bed room we'd been looking forward to was literally a room with a double and single bed, and a padlock on the door. It brought us closer with nature at least. As ...