Sauipe Park

Address: Rodovia Ba 099, Km 76 S/N Linha Verde , Costa Do Sauipe, State of Bahia, Brazil | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Rodovia Ba 099, Km 76 S/N Linha Verde , Costa Do Sauipe.
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      Travel Blogs from Costa Do Sauipe

      Day 34: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil

      A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Aug 13, 2014

      ... definitely hanging around last night. My flight was at 6am but the busses stop around 11:30 and a cab from where I was staying would be upwards of R$80 (US$40). Angelo's friend who lives a few minutes away from the airport would be at a couchsurfing party Angelo was going to so I was going to hitch a ride with him after the party and then take a R$10 taxi from there. I told Angelo to go ahead to the party without me so I could pack first and that I would call ...

      14th day - It's been 2 weeks now

      A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 16, 2014

      It's Wednesday, and shopping, church, and friends were the highlights of today! We had a usual morning I think. Mornings are good, I get time to relax, they're just routine now, so if something out of the ordinary happens or I don't write about it that day or soon after, I forget. Oops. I wake up, eat breakfast, shower, read a little or talk to friends back home until we pick up the kids from school and Vini from driving school. That last step usually takes a while ...

      Day 13 -Volleyball!

      A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 15, 2014

      ... and I talked because she was excited to try out her English. Haha she was hilarious. Also Marina helped me out some. We met earlier at the beach. But she reminds me a lot of me a few years ago, with the way she is a leader on the court. We then ran and peppered and then did some basic passing drills. I could figure out what was going on just by watching everyone else do it once or twice, but I caught on pretty fast I would like to think. Now I know how Diogo felt at his first few ...

      Day 9 - Language struggles and new friends

      A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 11, 2014

      ... doing mission work in Spain, so she said her brain was all mixed up with English, Spanish, and Portuguese. I understand. We also picked up our neighbor, their friend Paula. Their friend Julia met us there as well, and I got to meet Renata's boyfriend Nicholas too.

      We had a ton of fun. Renata's English is the best of anyone I have met here, so that's really nice actually. We all just talked and joked around like we had been friends forever. Nati got her ašai ...

      Day 6 - World Cup Craziness

      A travel blog entry by aoleary on Jul 08, 2014

      ... I'm going to go to school with them for a day if that's possible. Lunch was ribs, rice, beans, potatoes, carrots, and maracuja juice. So good. We chilled for a little and just watched some TV. I read a book and got about half done. It's nice to read in English, so I actually feel competent at something :) haha. But I know I'm learning more, and when I can figure things out it's awesome. Nati and Diogo both napped. Which is what I do after school too. ...