TripAdvisor Reviews Sukhavati Ilheus
Travel Blogs from Ilheus
... 8th morning we felt a bit worse for wear so we had a nice long lie in. We then got sorted and went for a wander to the shops to get water. That afternoon we were feeling more normal and we walked to first beach. There was a lot of beach action going on. Particularly impressive were these two Brazilian girls playing with a football. Heading it and kicking it to each other. Mr Motivator was also there doing his exercise and there were a number of surfers on the waves too. We ...
Breakfast was full of local specialities including 2 juices, ombu and acerola, the latter hailed as the new superfruit with even more vit c than the others. This coast is called the Costa Dende because many Bahian savouries are cooked in dende (palm oil). Happily the tapioca, another local fave, balls, translated to student balls (or ****), were much tastier than they sounded – mixed with ...
The coast we past was mainly undeveloped with jungle right
down to the half-empty wide sandy beaches. The fast boat through the mangroves
to the Marau Peninsula was pleasant and first impression of Barra G was good –
lovely, clear calm water even at the town dock. Enquired at the first place,
which had everything I could afford for a fair price (£25 for private patio
Taipu de Fora Monday, January 5 - Friday, January 9, 2015 We had quite the day moving north from Trancoso to Taipu de Fora. Our first leg of an hour plus taxi ride took us upon an unfortunate accident between a car and a motobike. Although we had passed an ambulance a few miles earlier, we weren't prepared for the flashing lights of oncoming traffic warning us to slow down for a tarp covering one of the two narrow lanes and realizing that someone had just lost their life. ...
... no English I successfully managed to order a somewhat tasty burger. The woman was mad & as I left stroked my face & hair - slightly disturbing!
Got back & spent the afternoon with the rest of the group chilling & chatting. ...