Sitio Sao Francisco
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... found the best beach. So I went for a walk for about 10 minutes around the corner and I found the beach that I had read about. It had red cliffs and trees on top. There was no one sitting there and the sea was much nicer and not seaweedy. People were paragliding off the cliffs. The waves were breaking quite big right on the sand so it was tricky to actually swim. But I just relaxed got a bit splashed by the waves and then I started to walk back towards the ...
Trancoso Friday 1/2 - Monday 1/5/15 We arrived around 9pm to a small pousada called Big Bamboo owned by an Italian couple about our age. The little village and beautiful empty beaches have exploded in popularity over the last 10 years with a young wealthy hipster crowd (not us!). We actually stumbled into part of this hipster crowd at our pousada the first night, as the hotel owner told us we were lucky to come at the same as Gusttavo Lima, a famous Brazillian singer, hanging out ...
... at all. I do kind of like it though. It makes it seem all natural.
Lastly I went to the Quadrado in Trancoso. It was a place to learn more about the History of the town, and there were a bunch of different shops there as well. It is known as one of the places where Brazil started. It is where the language of portugese started.
And that was the end of my day! I can't wait for what tomorrow brings me. ...
... I have to admit, I too tucked in.
After the game we check out the local beach Terapuan, apparently the best beach in Porto Seguro but to be honest I'm not blown away. It's not the prettiest and this isn't helped by the empty looking beach bars making the place seem rather desolate. At least isn't raining as the forecast predicted.
The next day I hop in a cab with James, who is flying to Salvador but needed to kill a few hours before his flight, ...
... brazilians call hairy men (e.g. Foz) Tony Homes (??) and generally relaxed. We visited the church and tied ribbons onto the fence for luck, explored the streets painted with World Cup flags and covered in bunting that extended a lot further than expected and found an area full of bars and restaurants. Although low season it did get busy for the Brazil v Mexico game (bore draw) which we watched with brazilians in a Mexican bar! Foz tried to take out the bar staff with his "football ...