Villa Dos Corais Pousada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Dos Corais Pousada Morro de Sao Paulo
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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 ...
... looking forward to trying to cook when I get home. As it was sunday night there was not much else on but we hanged around in the praca and had a few drinks.
The next day Andy and Laura were off, but I met Anna and Heidi again at the beach and we had a pretty cruisy day sunning ourselves and going for swims. I then met them again that night for another moqueca and finished off with a few drinks. The next day I was again up before dawn to get back to ...
... of been secure I was getting in Morro after my experience in Salvador. I had started to relax and carry all my stuff with me instead of just a few notes. Apparently Morro de Sao Paulo is very safe but once you get a bit far away from there things might change. That ...
... at night accrross the beaches without the fear or worry of attack.as you have in salavdor .. the only danger is that you may get a drenching if you wrongly time your entry to the pousada.... two doors down there seems to be no way in late at night!. On our last morning we pack everything into our rucksacks...Giovanni puts mine on his back and complains the whole way..."Zoe...vwat 'ave you poot in your Rrrrucksack...?" he asks "why do you no leave your stuff with ...
... them in farofa, a Brazilian traditional food served at almost every meal, looking almost like a rough whole wheat flour. There were only six other people around the barraca, all enjoying a lobster, a beer or a caipirinha. We decided that after such a filling lunch we would walk down to end of the beach, which is a long ways in itself. If memory serves me correctly, we got rained on again. After the sun came out, we were close to the river and watched a ...