Pousada Jangata

Address: Rua Americo Brasiliense 2163, Barreirinhas, State of Maranhao, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua Americo Brasiliense 2163, Barreirinhas, is near Parque do Ibirapuera, Hopi Hari, Liberdade, and Hotel Unique.
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Travel Blogs from Barreirinhas

Jeri to Camocim and Tutoia

A travel blog entry by ger_and_jane on Aug 02, 2010

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Finally left Jeri after over a week of beaches, lagoons, sand dunes and hammocks. The journey to TutoIa took most of the day but it was good fun.
We had just left Jeri when the driver let out a yelp and slammed on the brakes.It turned out he forgot a passenger so back we went with the dreadlocks of a spanish guy dancing in my face. We …

And We Thought Jeri was Sandy

A travel blog entry by loretta.browne on Sep 06, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... centre! Later we headed out for dinner and bumped into Ori & Itay who had found a great place to eat with a friendly owner and nice Caprinhas! The next day we all went on the same trip to see the dunes & lakes of the Lencois Maranhenses. Where we also met Emmalie from Rio who spoke many languages and became our translator! Walking in the dunes and swimming in the amazing blue lakes is an experience we will never forget. ...

Barreirinhas-Parque Nacional Dos Lençóis

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jan 29, 2014

16 photos

... around 32m to the viewing platform. From there we went to the beach. On one side of the dunes was the fresh water river and the other side was the Atlantic Ocean. We were very excited for our first sea swim in Brazil as up until now we had been inland. The food here was pretty pricy on our limited budget so we all settled for coconuts and chips, then relaxed in the hammocks. Our third morning we woke up early to ...

Sao Paulo stop off

A travel blog entry by graybean on Aug 29, 2012

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... no ordinary cemetery. We aren't talking your bog standard head stones, we are talking HUGE great shrines for people. It was the most extraordinary site. The pictures don't really reflect the size or impact of the place. The actual size of the cemetery itself was breath taking. Outside of the cemetery we counted i think 30 odd flower stalls as well all lined up.

It was also quite sad the amount of homeless people in and around Sao Paulo which we had ...

'Just another fish tale... south of the Amazon

A travel blog entry by bjglawe on Aug 21, 2011

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... served in glass, when requested and it can be ordered WITH or withOUT bubbles. The rest area contained one of the popular fast food restaurants called "Frango", which means chicken. It's like a McDonald's, but with more bread-type foods.

Along the way, you can see this area of Brasil is very hilly, with people learning to build their homes right up the hillside. Those people with less money, typically build ...