Travel Blogs from Baia da Traicao
... back to Rio and renting a car to a nice beachside town a few hours away to unwind before returning home. Moving from one city to the next every few days and cramming as much culture/sightseeing as possible has been rather hectic. Until then, people! P/S: this shall be our final long bus ride. Thank goodness!!! (São Paulo - Salvador 36hrs, Salvador - Brasilia 24hrs, Brasilia - Rio ...
... a fantastic sea view, our own huge balcony (with hammock), spacious room and a cave like bathroom AND there was a BBQ area in the garden with a swimming pool! We couldn't have been happier!
Firsts things first and that was a shower and then to the supermarket for some meat and salad. We were quickly acquainted with the rest of the group staying, a Spanish couple and a French guy and also the owners of the hostel, an Argentinian family of four. ...
... us in the distance. Unfortunately the storm headed our way and within minutes our tent was drowned! Sam rescued our belongings and we slept on Amber the truck for the night! The girls of cookgroup 2 battled away and produced a delicious meal of danish meatballs for us ...
Our friends and families from Patrocinio made the short trip with us to Araxa to meet our new host families. We had lunch at Horizonte Perdido, a restaurant that is located on top of a mountain. We were able to take in the beautiful scenery while saying goodbye to our old friends and meeting new ones.
Our first visit in Araxa was to a very famous hotel called Bestancia Do Barreiro. We walked the park sourrounding the ...
... have recently supplied play ground equipment. We meet the staff, and even played with the children. The principal called a short assembly, so we could meet the children and answer questions. One of our favorite questions was "why do you speak English?"
Zac and Mike then departed to a coffee trading house. They learned about their business, and how coffee is traded in both Brazil and the US. ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking