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Bahia - Morro de São Paolo and 7 Days of Paradise

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Our last week is intended as a time to unwind before returning to California - no schedules, no plans, no commitments. Yes, we made the right choice of destinations. Morro de São Paolo is a small island about two hours by fast boat from Salvador. Here there are no roads, only sand.

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Arriving we are met by the "taxis" who transport our luggage from the boat with wheelbarrows along the beach. Our taxi driver, Aloisio, is amazing.

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We have elected to stay at a resort of small cabañas in a grove of coconut trees where we are the only guest for much of the week, sharing our space with blue morpho butterflies, blue crabs, and an occasional monkey.

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This is very close to paradise and we take full advantage of it.

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At night, numerous bars are set up on the beach to mix drinks from fruits you have never even heard of. I´d better just leave it at that and toast to an amazing trip.............

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Posted by RobandAmy 13:00 Archived in Brazil

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