Praia Mar Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Sao Luiz de Maranhao
... onward bus info and then a bus into the
Praia Grande area (old town) – luckily me and my luggage got a seat each given
it was rush hour and the bus took way less than the possible up to 2 hours on a
bad day, so things were going well.
First place trying to charge list price despite being cheaper
on booking.com, having cash, a guaranteed guest and no commission to ...
... dorm - & with only 3 of us (excluding Els in her own double room) we all managed to have a lower bunk. Bags locked away in a wardrobe we went out in search of a laundrette. As the clothes came out the bags the damp, sweaty smells sunk in - felt so sorry for the lady in the shop! Unfortunately not everyone's washing could be completed in time so they had to look for ANOTHER laundrette! On the way back to the hostel we stopped for ...
... I spent the following days. Sao Luis once more has a colonial city centre that is still half in decay half rebuilt. But I have to admit our favorite part about Sao Luis was the nightlife. It is Brasil's Reggea capital and it certainely lived up to this reputation. Over the daytime streets are just streets but in the evening they become giant street parties. Awesome! :-)
My travel patterns seem to repeat themselves: Saturday we got up at 6.30 ...
... do but dont want to, about the train. its owned by vale, a brasilian company that is also the company in charger of the iron ore mining outside maraba. this mining location is supposedly the biggest man made hole in the world? in south america? either way, its gotta be big. controversial, but thanks vale for the train.
http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/v iew.php?id=39581 check out the aerial shot
but the train ...
... early we went to the gate and stretched out over 3 seats and fell asleep.
Sao Luis - gateway to Lencois Maranhenses and Reggae capital of Brazil
We arrived in Sao Luis, jumped into a taxi which immediately got a puncture, so our taxi driver in the midday heat changed a tyre as we stood observing from the verge as cars whizzed by inches from his head. After that slight delay we arrived at Pousada Colonial through the old town. Sao Luis is the third ...