Pousada Farol do Morro

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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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Morro de Sao Paulo

    Paradise island

    A travel blog entry by bobandtracie on Dec 01, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... a man with a wheel barrow will happily oblige.
    Two days of swimming in the sea and natural pools left when the tide goes out, lying on the beach and eating grilled cheese on a stick covered in oregano and honey, and we were ready to return to Salvador for one last night - Big Tuesday! ...

    Big city!

    A travel blog entry by crag_and_pao on Sep 04, 2011

    9 photos

    ... and I even think it would be a great place to live. The only downside to the place is the limited metro system which gets outrageously busy during rush hour. Also you see your fair share of homeless people passed out in the street who you literally have to step over.

    Overall an enjoyable stop on the trip, I would recommend people visit Sao Paulo although not for much longer than 2 days.

    C x

    Last week in paradise

    A travel blog entry by sarandphil on Mar 30, 2011

    29 photos

    ... of not having a clue where we were and whether we were going to make it in one peice.

    The journey was actually pretty seamless. We got to the ferry dock in Salvador within minutes of the ferry leaving, a kind man sorted us out the other end with a combi van to the next bus terminal where we actually got a private car to the next ferry port, slightly more expensive but by a matter of pence, where the cheap boat took us to the island. A total look of smugness ...

    Ola Sao Paulo

    A travel blog entry by secretseaton on Feb 28, 2011

    ... anchor for ten days to participate in the world’s biggest street party – Carnival. We’d decided against joining the fun in Brazil’s more famous sister carnival party at Rio. Apparently the Salvador version is more authentic (sorry – even I cringe a little when I hear that word uttered from a twavellers mouth) and positively encourages audience participation whilst Rio is more a spectator sport. Not being what you might call ...


    A travel blog entry by jadeking on Jul 08, 2010


    ... is really fun.

    I tried this really crazy fruit called pinha or fruta-do-conde (fruit of the Count). Really yum. And I found a replacement for L&P, Brazil's very own homebred soda called Guaranį. Good stuff.

    Now it's 1:50am and should really be at least attempting to fight this jetlag off, big day planned tomorrow - something for you all to get excited for in my next entry!