Pousada Portomares

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…


    Ilha Grande and Paratay

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


    ... were hikers now....) into the island to seek out a waterfall that had been recommended to us by our overly friendly Borat-esque hostel manager. The hike was much more rainforrest like, and unfortunatly the waterfalls were absolutly freezing, but being the die hard Brits we are, we dove right in and had our mandatory waterfall photo. That afternoon it poured all over Ilha Grande, which was a nice excuse to mooch around on the hammocks.

    The next day we left our ...

    Mother Nature

    A travel blog entry by brionyt on Mar 22, 2011

    4 photos

    ... on and then wait about 15 minutes. We asked why we were waiting and we were told we were waiting for another truck to help us out if our truck got bogged. When the other truck arrived they decided we should just get in the other truck instead. We are hoarded onto the other truck like cattle and drive about 200 metres down the road only to discover a tractor parked in the middle of the road. So they jump out and the move the tractor. We drive another 200 metres down the road ...

    Brazilian Standard Time

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Jan 07, 2011

    8 photos

    ... all of which belong to the federal government. The government did have legitimate reasons for doing so - the uncontrolled growth of barracas can end up being an eyesore as they spread all over the beach, and unregulated operation can result in less-than-sanitary conditions. But still ... I think that most Brazilians and visitors to Brazil would agree on one thing - that a visit to a Brazilian beach just wouldn't be the same without chilling at a ...

    Wandering Around Lost Again

    A travel blog entry by kalchalker on Nov 05, 2007

    8 photos

    ... didnīt know where it was. They would gesture that they knew where it was, but would only end up dropping me off at on of the parks that I thought would be close. Off I would go squeezing my cheeks trotting my way around the city from one similar looking park to the next similar looking park. Lonely Planet claims Praia de Gunga is the most beautiful beach in South America. I hired a taxi to find out for myself. It has ...