Pousada Farol do Morro

Address: Morro de Sao Paulo, State of Bahia, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Morro de Sao Paulo, is near Number One Tours.
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        Travel Blogs from Morro de Sao Paulo

        Morro de Sao Paulo

        A travel blog entry by helen_rae on Mar 11, 2015

        4 photos

        ... you are trying to cool down but the water here was just right, nice and cool for when you are a bit warm. On our walk back to our hostel we stopped and booked a speedboat tour around the island and to 2 of the other islands for the following day. After dinner we headed back down to the beach for the beach party. There were tons of drinks stand that were making alcoholic beverages ...

        Bloco e Futebol

        A travel blog entry by amy_michael on Feb 08, 2013

        14 photos

        ... was, the buildings that it comprised weren't exactly our definition of 'pretty.' One of its tallest buildings was a startlingly ugly and plain looking office building, with bricks filling various windows evident from the ground and air conditioning units attached all over the fašade. Although the neighbouring Edificio Copan building designed by Oscar Niemeyer (famous architect who also designed much of the country's capital's buildings in Brasilia) was striking to look at, and so big ...

        Wk19: Life´s a beach...again!

        A travel blog entry by jayvora on Jan 15, 2012

        5 comments, 4 photos

        ... a half more thankfully - i think I'll have to convince someone to give me cashback.

        I finally reached morro around the mid-afternoon and it was well worth the rocky boat trip and the sea-sickness i was feeling. Morro is an island just off the coast of Brazil and it looked like paradise with palm trees, clear blue ocean and golden sand. Its known as the party town of Bahia too, so has a very young backpacking crowd. There is also a no cars rule but as the ...

        Samba in Sao Paulo

        A travel blog entry by kittytravels on Nov 15, 2011

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... and they couldn’t believe it! Anyway one good thing to come out of Sao Paulo was the awesome Samba night Alice and I tracked down. It was a normal Wednesday night and not another tourist in sight. We hesitantly went in and hoped we could blend into the background and take in some real authentic culture. The place was tiny and bustling as people sat around chatting over Caipirinha’s (Brazil’s ...

        The Megalopolis of São Paulo

        A travel blog entry by simonhamilton on Mar 24, 2011

        17 photos

        ... Palm Tree Hearts) Pie was divine. Lunch was ready and waiting every day. During my time in Sa§ Paulo I lived like a king.

        SŃo Paulo seems like a completely different country to Bahia (the state that Salvador, Itacare and Arrial d┤Adjuda are in). Bahia has a population with a much greater African background and tourists really stand out. I had to stop off in a city called Ilheus in Bahia to pick up some more emergency cash (yes my dramas with Westpac bank ...