Hotel Pousada Tatuapara
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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Praia do Forte
... home back. And of course my family and friends and the familiar routine of my everyday life. But I don't WANT to leave at all. I love them more than I can put in words. And everyone in this country has been so warm and accepting and awesome. Being 100% truthful, I feel as though I have more friends in this country than in my own. I don't know how that should make me feel, but right now the only thing I have is utter sadness and ...
... soon got to Praia do Forte, which had lots of awesome shopping and restaurants and stands and cool things on one side of the street, while the other had a river and reeds and trees and natureeee. It was great. We took a ton of pictures! And then is started raining. Downpouring actually. So we ran for cover in a store. When it died down a little, we drove over to a different area and parked the car. Here was a big shopping area that felt a little more familiar for ...
... is a big party at the next door hotel that will be very noisy and we are not sure what time it will finish,i hope this is OK with you?”...This was all said to me in Portuguese with the only words I could work out being “Mr Nick”,”party”,” hotel” and “Saturday”, so it started off with me thinking they were inviting me to a party on Saturday,eventually there was me and four reception girls all trying ...
... br> As I was on cook duty I had to sort lunch before I could head for the water, a hot 30 minute walk got us to the beach - lovely white sands and blue seas but as the tide was out a rocky entry to the water - never mind there was plenty of room to float.
After reviving in the warm Atlantic Ocean off to the turtle reserve - no babies wrong time of the year but the turtles that were there are beautiful.
... Pelourinho. The band played on a small stage at the base of a large set of concrete stairs that connect one street with another, higher one. We sat on the steps and, eventually, got up and demonstrated our pairs of left feet. 75% of the crowd was smoking marijuana, despite the small group of nonchalant police officers standing on the top level. Maybe they were there to enjoy the music and the smokey-gray breeze.
Last weekend ...