Villa Guaiamu Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a man with a wheel barrow will happily oblige.
Two days of swimming in the sea and natural pools left when the tide goes out, lying on the beach and eating grilled cheese on a stick covered in oregano and honey, and we were ready to return to Salvador for one last night - Big Tuesday! ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 15px; ">On the last day Fred was feeling a bit better and we went to a national park to check out a couple of their trails. Now although we've been doing a lot of walking on this trip, we think their estimates are off as it took us about 15mins to walk a 1hr trail. Anyway, after the park we had a quick sweetcorn snack from a street vendor (just what Fred's bowels needed) ...
... at Embu das Artes, I was surprised at how 'different' this place felt. Whilst it was barely thirty minutes from the city centre, it was as if we were transported to a small country town like Boyanup, albeit with about 30 moveis (furniture) stores and a huge Big W esque 'Extra Supermercado'. It would be quite a nice place to live if it wasn't for the thousands of people that swamp the town centre every Sunday for the weekly markets. I ...
... of not having a clue where we were and whether we were going to make it in one peice.
The journey was actually pretty seamless. We got to the ferry dock in Salvador within minutes of the ferry leaving, a kind man sorted us out the other end with a combi van to the next bus terminal where we actually got a private car to the next ferry port, slightly more expensive but by a matter of pence, where the cheap boat took us to the island. A total look of smugness ...
... like that. We were abandoning both town and country, heading east, into Brazil. We jumped a bus which dropped us at the Brazilian border checkpoint, had our passports given a cursory inspection, before re-boarding the bus across no-man’s land and over to the Brazilian border. From there it was a quick bus ride into Foz de Iguazu and then a cab over to the other bus depot to catch our ride to Sao Paulo. Easy.
Sao Paulo was our jump off to Salvador, where we ...