Villas de Trancoso
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
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... I waited and waited. I sat in the hammock and read my book for nearly 2 hours. Then a man emerged, he had obviously been sleeping. Without much of a sorry he got me checked in. I wasn't very impressed. I had read good reviews about the staff and I didn't think much of him. He didn't speak English so it was hard for me to communicate with him too. I dumped my stuff and went for a wander to find water and to check out the place a bit. It looked like a fun ...
... Portuguese language enough, getting by mostly with our limited Spanish. We've hardly heard any other English speaking tourists since we left the Iguazzu Falls area. As we get further north, theres even less people who know English at all, which doesnt stop anyone from just repeating what they say to us, thinking we're eventually going to get it. Brazil has continued to exceed our expectations. We're a bit behind on our postings, already on night 3 of our 4th leg. Sending love and ...
... It was around lunch time once I got there. People had beds and tables, and were all sitting around eating lunch. It was so peaceful and nice. There were servers handing out the lunch. I went up to the stand to order, and I went and found a seat with a group of very nice people. All they had there was sea food and it was delicious. The people I was sitting with were telling me a lot about the beach, and ...
... person crazy enough to pay is Jeffrey. He described the party as full of nubile 16-18 year old girls wearing almost no clothing, extremely drunk and out-numbering guys at least five to one. Turns out Porto Seguro is THE place for young Brazilians to go and let loose after they finish school and they are bussed in by the thousand by tour companies specifically catering to this age-group. Also catering to this age group are the marketing operations of ...
... locals and their lorries, cars and bikes and took the 10 minute ride to the other side. There a taxi ran us to the hostel ... And we came across our first real basic accommodation. The hostel fits perfectly into the slightly hippie vibe we first encountered in Arrial and whilst we had absolutely no complaints the private 3 bed room we'd been looking forward to was literally a room with a double and single bed, and a padlock on the door. It brought us closer with nature at least. As ...