Praia Mar Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Sao Luiz de Maranhao
... boat trip on a river to visit the small dunes. The same people from yesterday where on today's trip again... Well, whereas yesterday some tour took place in the morning and others (like mine) in the afternoon, today we all left at the same time OMG! Well, it was still a fun ...
... at 9.30pm, only to be woken at 11.50pm by the nightclub next door just kicking into action. The music was atrocious & far too loud so I had no choice but to get up for an hour before being so tired I'd sleep through it. The rest of the night was just as noisy & the room was just as stuffy so had very little sleep. Reflecting on São Luis briefly, it was really just a deteriorating city with little to see & full of very strange people, although the place has provided many funny ...
... a one day stop over and stayed at a host I had found via Couch Surfing. In the evening we went out and since most of his friends did not speak English I had to prove myself once more with my brilliant Portognol.
The next day I took a little detour to Chapadinha. An unexciting city slightly inland. The previous day on the bus I had met an Argentinian guy who grew up in Germany and now lives with his Brasilian family in Chapadinha. He invited me to ...
Sao Luis is billed as Brasilīs reggae capital. For those who know us thatīs enough of a draw. Unfortunately, we arrive on a Sunday as the weekendīs excesses are grinding to a halt - we have to make do with a couple of low key bars playing admittedly very fine music. We also just miss the wonderfully named Kevin Isaacs, naturally a Gregory tribute act.
The city itself is kinda wierd - the ...
... and completely underdressed, everyone was in fancy dress including the kids who also were all clutching water pistols. We bumped into the gang from Pousada Hotel D’Olinda and watched as the streets filled up with more and more people, getting progressively more and more drunk and happy. The day was fantastic; a riot of colour, smiles and laughter.
That night we wandered around the dirty and filthy streets of Olinda trying to find the party and ...