Orange Praia Hotel

Address: Estrada do Forte Orange, s/n, Itamaraca, State of Pernambuco, \N, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Estrada do Forte Orange, s/n, Itamaraca.
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      Travel Blogs from Itamaraca

      Mexico vs. Croatia!

      A travel blog entry by aliandbruce on Jun 23, 2014

      21 photos

      ... The Croatian fans were there in force as well, but compare to vast amount of Mexico fans it dwarfed their cheering section by quite a bit. And as expected, the Mexico fans loved our shirts, and we must have taken 50 pictures with people! The game got going and the crowd was on fire. The Mexico cheering section did not disappoint. When Croatia's goalie was setting up for a goal kick, the entire stadium erupted with "EH EH EH EH ...PUTO!!!" And it brought a ...

      Grab a drink- this is a long one folks!

      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Mar 16, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... not the most comfortable journey so far! The driver ripped us off seriously- so our first sour experience but that wasn't to dampen a great night out, getting back at 4am and chatting by the poolside till the sun came up. You can't be poolside without a few shenninagans, Mark ended up in the pool naked and then got told of by a member of staff, then about an hour later (@ 5am!) I followed suit but at least I was wearing my underwear! After the sun started to rise ...


      A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Oct 15, 2013

      8 comments, 14 photos

      ... of actually getting somewhere, our bus stop magically appeared; we managed not to get lost on the first day. It would have been a little bit embarassing. We arrived at my friends' Anna and Sandro place, and for three days they welcomed us, guide us around Olinda and Recife, and let us have a little peak at their brazilian life. Obrigado and obrigada!
      Olinda is a nice colonial town nested on a little hill, with narrow streets and colourful buildings. From the Alto ...


      A travel blog entry by lifeofagringa on Jan 20, 2013

      11 photos

      ... and filled up with some freshly caught crab however we soon learnt that in Brazil you just bite in, no tools! "Splash" Style! Biting into the shells of prawns is one thing but we were lucky to have all our teeth intact after the "Caranguejo". We then wondered through the old markets and struggled up the hills with a full stomach of food.

      Masks on, we were ready for pre-carnival and hit the streets only to find we ...

      25 Years of Service to Chiildren

      A travel blog entry by brazil2011 on Oct 14, 2012

      7 photos

      ... in the playground and daycare center by joining them for popcorn, cotton candy, cake and Brazilian hot dogs. A Brazilian hot dog seems to be slices of hot dog cut up in chili or sloppy joe mixture that has corn, carrots and peas in it. Yummy! After a long day and night of traveling, a big lunch at an open air Brazilian steakhouse and an evening of worship and fellowship, we were ready for ...