- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 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 ...
... to Trancoso, we walked the Quadrado, the town square with the third oldest church in Brazil and full of overpriced shops and restaurants. We ended up finding a great place to eat with a chef named Vito. His claim to have the best burgers (we could add about ten different toppings from bacon, avocado, cheeses, etc) in Brazil did not disappoint! They were so good, Dean and Michael ate them again the second night (after Michael got his sushi appetizer fix at a different place). Day ...
... at all. I do kind of like it though. It makes it seem all natural.
Lastly I went to the Quadrado in Trancoso. It was a place to learn more about the History of the town, and there were a bunch of different shops there as well. It is known as one of the places where Brazil started. It is where the language of portugese started.
And that was the end of my day! I can't wait for what tomorrow brings me. ...
... out palatable middle-of-the-road rock numbers to a mainly seated but cheering audience. This place is weird. I swear for the three hours we were there the band does not pause for breath. Song after song. Maybe I just haven't been to that many gigs but these guys are stamina. Still, it all sounds the same to me. We were the only tourists in there and it was pretty clear we were much older than the rest of the crowd. This was also weird so we decided it was time to ...
... brazilians call hairy men (e.g. Foz) Tony Homes (??) and generally relaxed. We visited the church and tied ribbons onto the fence for luck, explored the streets painted with World Cup flags and covered in bunting that extended a lot further than expected and found an area full of bars and restaurants. Although low season it did get busy for the Brazil v Mexico game (bore draw) which we watched with brazilians in a Mexican bar! Foz tried to take out the bar staff with his "football ...