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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids pool
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... for 3 months in metal barrel and good for making cocktails. It was a little harsh. We then tried m the cachaça that was fermented for 1 year in Brazilian wood and 3 years in French oak. Both were really good and similar to whisky in their production. We then tried the basic cachaça mixed with cinnamon and cloves (this distillery's take on a Gabriela) and another mixed with ginger. Finally, we tried the liqueurs which were ...
... very touristy which is reflected in the types of shops offering excursions etc. I haven't seen any cars. The sky is overcast which makes it humid.
The hostel is a mixed bag. The comunal areas seem nice if a little small but the dorm rooms themselves are pretty poor. Nine beds have been crammed into a pretty small space in 3 stacks of 3 bunk beds. I don't think I've seen this kind of set up before. You can only really have more than ...
... off the boat with some of the other boarders. Ash then wanted to do a dive - even though I told her it wouldn't be a good idea. She ended up doing this half dive half bomb which turned into a body slam that looked (and she later described) as painful. We did some more jumps and then headed back on the boat. Back on the boat we spent some time talking to the elderly australian couple who were lovely and who we took a selfie with. We also found one of the ...
... of places that tick all the boxes when it comes to hotels and hostels. We dropped off our bags and headed to the harbour to catch a boat to one of the beaches. The most famous beach here being Lopes Mendes . It's 30 reials return 40 min boat trip. The boats leave very hour from 9.30 am up until 11.30am and return 3.30pm every hour until 5.30pm. If you miss the last boat the only options are to walk the 3 hour trek thru the sweltering forest or try to call one of ...
The new adventure has begun. Starting a new tour is kind of like the first day of school. We were excited and a little apprehensive as we met our teachers (in our case tour leaders) and class mates (fellow travellers) while sitting in a classroom (a restaurant). The first night is always a meet and greet and a general tour overview followed by dinner to get to know the group.
Although we booked this trip through Intrepid Travel, the actual overland company taking this tour ...