Villa Dos Corais Pousada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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One more a nice resort town but we have not found anything new here. It looks like we should change the country. Our last stop in Brazil will be in Salvador, and then we are moving to Peru.
By the way, finally we run into many Israeli tourists. It is funny to see the menus in Hebrew, and when a local guy explains you everything in ...
... Maybe it was a crab, or hopefully it was a crab seen as I stuck my nose so far down the hole to try and see with my flash that if it was a spider I'm lucky it didn't jump out and bite me! Either way it was big and it was scary, I swiftly moved on!
Ricardo asked me this morning as we walked if I miss home and why I had chosen to come so far away... His question has troubled me ever since! And his reaction to my answer... There is ...
... he was absolutely bloody AWFUL; it sounded like he was playing it on his head whilst underwater or something.
Still, the menu looked good so I swallowed my musical snobbery and agreed to take a seat.
We then saw that this terrible musician was in fact.... our friend Marcus! Thankfully his English and local knowledge was better than his guitar ...
... in tents. The Brazilians drink alot but never get messy. Most young Brazilians are fit and sporting fantastic tattoos that you would glimpse on all the skin you could see at every turn. Diversity was the trademark of the food areas. There was everything from basic coffee and chai to vegetarian meals, pasta, fruits, juices, crepes, acai pulp, sandwiches, barbeque, sweets, ice cream and typical dishes from Bahia presented by the local community of ...
... Day Five - Tuesday, September 4, 2007 (continued) a place where you can still be very close to nature and the people who have lived here for hundreds of years. Now the tough part of our journey began. We had already walked a very long ways, long enough to want to sit down and rest when we looked up at a tractor trail leading straight up a very steep hill. No cars are allowed on the island but there are one or two tractors that for a fee pull people and tourists ...