- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... was a great party to end my stay in Chapada. Everyone danced, and sang and had a great time. The alcohol didn't hurt the situation, I'm sure, but everyone was in good spirits anyway. After eating and partying Raisa, Camila, Naiara and I caught a bus back to Salvador. But not before I jammed on some tunes I didn't know with a group of gypsy music makers at the bus station, of ...
... the pictures will explain way more than I can. While hiking, I met a German guy and his sister. The guy (can't remember his name) has been traveling South America for 3 years. His only means of support is his guitar. He rides busses playing pop tunes and authentic Spanish, Brazilian and Latin American tunes. It's amazing that he is able to not only get by, but attain the resources to take awesome trips like going to Chapada. The guy inspired me and then gave me ...
... t allowed to swim in this one though. It was discovered by hunters in 1940 and the water is 60 meters deep! I must have slept in the van on the way to the caves because I don't remember driving so much. It took us 3 hours to get back to Vale do Capão. Once we were back I decided to take it easy at my hostel in order to prepare for another long day tomorrow. Time to shower and ...
... 227;o Dos Gatos, a waterfall/swimming hole. Unfortunately, it rained the entire day so I didn't feel much like swimming. The view was great though and it was fun to walk around in the water and on the rocks. Then, we headed to some local farm to eat lunch. It was incredible; maybe the best food I've eaten since I've been in Brazil. Everything, aside from the beef, was grown and prepared on the farm. There was rice, ...
Ce matin on s'est réveillé à Vale do capao la Mecque des hippies et des backpackers.
On a un chalet merveilleux en pleine montagne y a aucun réseau c du pur zen.
faut voire les tofs.
This morning we woke up in Vale do Capao, a Mecca of hippies and hard-core backpackers. We rented a small cure chalet, surrounded by nature with bananas growing in our garden. The place is as zen as it gets. ...