Pousada Grauza Guesthouse

Morro de Sao Paulo, Morro de Sao Paulo, State of Bahia, ., Brazil | Hotel
 

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Gatinhas and Gringos

A travel blog entry by liamkirby

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The next day was a massive day football wise. We hit the Aussie bar in Belo to catch the match vs Spain and caught up with a further three teammates from North Shore. After that we hit Savassi, the premier street party spot in Belo, similar to Vila Madalena in Sao Paulo. After Neymar and co cracked four goals against the hapless Cameroonians we partied the night away amongst 10,000 Mineiros. My words cannot do these street parties justice, but people from all walks of ...

Favela's, Family and Football

A travel blog entry by tomandlotus

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... not before sighting a sneaky smile between the two drivers, looking forward to giving the tourists a good scare! They opened after 5 minutes of high revs and the feeling of falling at any moment, at the gates of Hostel Malatta. We made our way up the stairs and encountered two dour looking English lads starring at the TV. I glanced there too, to see the score....Italy 0 - Costa Rica 1.... and my face instantly mirrored theirs and I knew England were out of the ...

Belo Horizonte and disappointment.

A travel blog entry by longwayround21

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... to help us if we looked lost, or just if we had a map or looked foreign, they wanted to stop and chat. Some guy bought us the local delicacy while we were stood next to him at the bar, it was kidney cooked in onions and a strange green vegetable I've never seen but is kind of like a tiny courgette, oh my word it was delicious. I've never had kidney before, it always sounded a bit gross. But it was amazing. So, so good. We ales ...

World Cup 2014

A travel blog entry by hazeange

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... to jericoacoara. It took us 15 hours to arrive but it worth it. After a 4 hour flight, 6 hour coach journey then a open sided 4x4 truck we arrived at jeri. My first relief was that our luggage arrived with us after being precariously thrown on top of this truck, second relief came when locals started offering accommodation. It was gone 11pm and I'm always a little ...

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A travel blog entry by klartman

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... say they hope that Brazil do not win the World Cup because they fear it will lead to voter apathy, meaning the current president Dilma, whom they hate, will get re-elected, meaning no chance of change. Although, the pair freely-admit Brazilians don't care about politicians being corrupt as long as there are visible improvements being made. I agree that a Brazil triumph might prove a useful tool in a re-election campaign to sweep dirt under the carpet but surely ...

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