Hotel Anima

February 23, 2010

We’ve found ourselves in another remote place.  After staying in one of the coolest hotels I have ever stayed at in Sao Paulo, Villa Bahia, we took a two hour boat ride to Morro de Sao Paulo.  If Pipa was characterized by cliffs and Jericoacoara was sand dunes, Morro de Sao Paulo is jungle.  We walked through another cool town where the streets are made of sand and cars aren’t allowed, and took a half an hour car ride in a struggling Volkswagen minibus to the Anima Hotel.  This one has another perfect beach, and mosquito nets on the bed.  It’s beautiful, but at this point, feels extra isolated.

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