Pousada Villa Marraro
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... walkway by a sea of plastic chairs and colorful umbrellas spilling out onto the sand. There you can take in the sea breeze and strong sun while enjoying a cheap Skol, the Brazilian answer to Bud Light.
I quickly found a place to stay and did the aforementioned when I arrived and it was a good thing I did. The remaining three days I have been in this island paradise the weather has alternated between cloudy, ...
... we were going to get sacrificed (she had watched Indian Jones too many times as a kid) but she was actually a lady they had caught earlier and her with her elderly husband and forty something children were tied up. We were then tied up with straps and blindfolded while they went through our stuff, taking the valuables and discarding the rest. They then held us there, the older lad of the three watching over us while the two younger lads went out to see if they ...
... de Moradores e Amigos da Boipeba - has been set up to work with the local people to support tourism, so the environment isn't compromised and the people's quality of life is improved and the precious, wealth of nature they have here is conserved. They do it in such an impressive way! There are wonderfully coloured signs everywhere - "conserve our environment", "don't drop litter", "help us to ensure Boipeba stays as it is for generations to ...
Today was a lazy day even by our sloth-like standards!
On my various walks to & fro the beach and the pousada (hotel) yesterday I'd somehow managed to get sunburnt in the middle of my back, so I decided to stay out of the sun today.
So after another really good breakfast we split up, with Katie going back to the 3rd beach and me chilling ...
... days. Not happy Jan with that one. I played the safety pin and duct tape game for a while then moved on to the use the emergency sewing kit. There are a lot of strange bugs in Brazil not to mention the enormous ants that attacked my left arm with six quick bites as i reached under the tent to clear debris. We awoke to a blazing hot Bahia sun in the morning and decided we wouldnīt last the week if we didnīt pay the local lads to build us a bamboo and palm ...