Sitio Sao Francisco

Address: Estrada Arraial (balsa) 1833, Arraial d'Ajuda, State of Bahia, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Estrada Arraial (balsa) 1833, Arraial d'Ajuda, is near Espelho Beach and Eco Parque Arraial d'Ajuda.
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      Travel Blogs from Arraial d'Ajuda

      Arraial d'Ajuda

      A travel blog entry by emily26 on Feb 20, 2015

      ... and just packed up and faffed about until I had to come to the bus station to start my trip to Boipeba. I have a bus that leaves Porto seguro at 10pm it gets to Itabuna at 3 a,m, I have to wait to get another bus at 5 that's gets to another place at 6. Then I get a bus to Valenca at 7.40 that gets in at 12. I then get a boat to Boipeba. I think I should be there by 4pm at the latest all going to plan. I will let you know how it goes. Wish me luck, I might need ...

      Day #4 Adventure

      A travel blog entry by kedminster33 on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... When I got there people were riding horses all over the beach. It was in the morning and the sun was just rising. It was absolutely beautiful. There were people dancing and in cultural costumes. Even though it was really early in the morning the beach was very crowded. There were not many tourists like me there. It was mostly the people from that town.
      After that beach I decided to go to the ...

      Nuts about Brazil

      A travel blog entry by klartman on Jun 29, 2014

      15 photos

      ... visit the old town of Porto Seguro. The name literally means safe harbour and the Portuguese named it so when they first landed here in 1500 and something. This is due to a 1.8km natural reef sheltering the coast. The old town its self exists both as a tourist attraction and a place to live, with an apparently thriving property market caused by an influx of rich Europeans. It is beautiful but might be a bit annoying having constant groups of tourists traipse past your ...

      A bit of beach time

      A travel blog entry by mattheeley on Jun 16, 2014

      49 photos

      ... and Rees showed us some dancing skills later when the restaurant turned into a late night bar. I acquired a Brazilian "pint" hat and well the party just continued from there. It was then time to head back on the ferry to Porto seguro and take another overnight bus up to Salvador where our first live game awaited us. Germany 4-0 Portugal Iran 0-0 *****ia Ghana 1-2 USA Belgium 2-1 Algeria Brazil 0-0 Mexico Russia 1-1 South Korea Australia 2-3 Netherlands Spain 0-2 Chile Cameroon 0-4 ...

      The journey of dreams

      A travel blog entry by tati.sofia2304 on May 05, 2014

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      I gained an unexpected surprise from my godmother birthday. A gift that never imagined winning. On 20 April, she comes to me with two tickets to Porto Seguro as this celebration of birthday and said I should get ready soon, because we would leave the airport donates 15 hours. ...