Villas de Trancoso
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Travel Blogs from Trancoso
This place is amazing, we have barely left the hotel since we arrived. We walked along the beach today to the Quadrant in Trancoso. The Quadrant is grassy area, the first ever catholic church in Brazil stands at one end, the building is painted white on the outside, the facade has an attractive design, rather Greek, although the overall impression …
... Today everywhere is open, yesterday, the place was like a ghost town, no one walking, a few shops open and that was it, I guess they were all at church or watching the Sunday film on TV
Still we have another night in this hostel, so I might have a chance of drying my kit and the showers aren’t great, they do give out hot water (the cubicle is nice, a walk in shower, lots of hooks and shelf’s to hang stuff, it’s just let down by a rubbish ...
... are at another hostel, all the rooms have been allocated, we even get to use the kitchen to cook our dinner on (it had to be done as we had bought all the fresh meat and it wouldn’t have kept) so there was no escaping the cook group, even though we are in a hostel
During the day it was pretty uneventful, the rain was on and off, there wasn’t even very much worth photographing, we had a few stops, but ...
... fishermen´s boat, sharing the deck with food supplies, because we had missed the single daily departing ferry which had left at 8am (all this despite being assured by both ticket clerk and bus driver that we could take the ferry in the afternoon, although my atrocious grasp of the Portuguese language is probably partially to blame). In the end it took 3 buses, a boat and a good deal of patience but after 30 hours we made it to Big Island, knackered. ...
... can decide to close your eyes on what you don't like. There is a lot to see that pleases the eyes. And there are definitely some people worth knowing. I know a few around here already. I will come back to see them. But I will take my pink sunglasses with me, to try and just see "La Vie en Rose" around here and ignore the rest. Because, regardless of what I do and think, this won't change. Porto Seguro is not Brazil, I know that. I just don't hate it anymore, I guess I just got older.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool