Pousada Portomares

Address: Loteamento Recanto de Porto de Galinhas, Porto de Galinhas, State of Pernambuco, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Loteamento Recanto de Porto de Galinhas, Porto de Galinhas.
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    Travel Blogs from Porto de Galinhas

    Bezerros & beyond

    A travel blog entry by katepittard on Mar 03, 2014

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    The group headed out earlyish and first visited Michel's friend Evencios and his mother Aulis. They live in a beautiful home in Recife. Aulis has a stunning room with crosses on all walls! Really incredible. Then we headed out in 2 cars inland from Recife to a little town to watch Spok Frevo Orquestra rock their carnaval. A song to remember was "Ultimo Regresso." It was a special day…

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    Ilha Grande and Paratay

    A travel blog entry by laura-tom on Jun 07, 2011

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    ... and set off to Paratay, a small colonial town 2 hours from the port. On this journey we began to recognise about 7 other international couples from Ilha Grande who were doing the same journey as us, with the same guidebook as ours translated into their various languages- perhaps not to original... Paratay was incredibly pituresque, a very arty little town with, would you believe it Bunting all down the streets! The weekend was set for a festival combining a catholic ceremony ...

    Mother Nature

    A travel blog entry by brionyt on Mar 22, 2011

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    ... have to wait another 20 minutes for the tractor to join us, although at the time this made no sense to us. When we saw the state of the roads further on the tractor made sense, it was to create a pathway for our truck to drive through the flooded roads. We survived all the road floodings only to encounter a road block of the cattle variety. Literally about 300 cattle completely blocking the road. So our aquatic adventure began and we all jumped into speedboats and sped through ...

    Brazilian Standard Time

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jan 07, 2011

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    ... are bought from the guy running the barraca, and food is supplied by other vendors, creating a neat little beach economy. These people definitely work hard, and earn a very honest living - these barracas provided countless families a means to support themselves.

    The barracas of Salvador recently made headlines when its barracas were destroyed by authorities, since they were technically illegal, because they are located ...

    Wandering Around Lost Again

    A travel blog entry by kalchalker on Nov 05, 2007

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    ... One beach faces the Atlantic while the other beach swings around to the river flowing into the ocean. The water was greenish. Not the most beautiful beach I have seen but still nice. Maybe the contributing author went to Gunga on a better day. The taxi driver was creepy at times, and my stomach was bubbling violently at times, but for the most part it was a good day. Restless and wanting to move onto Rio. I flew off the next ...