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Engenho River, Ilheus

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Historic Site
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  • It's a pretty cool day, boat trip on the river is an attraction in itself. I'm suspect to talk because it is native, but I've traveled a lot and I guarantee that by. Basically, on this ride you go bathing in the River, have contact with nature, take beautiful pictures with the background of mara, do a light trail until a dam and lunch at restaurant Grandchildren Gabriela. I went with a very lively and we had too much beer on the boat (which doesn't scale and you can't be sick). Super quiet ride for kids!
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  • It's just a place that has a secular Church on the edge of cachoeirinha. The walls are of unusual thickness and had a wonderful font, carved in stone and it was stolen in a mysterious crime that has never been discovered. The place had cane mills and was the scene of one of the slave revolutions of the nineteenth century, although it will there has no historical reference. Today, it's a good shower above the falls and salty sweet, below it.
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  • The place inspires peace, calm waters for an inspiring bathroom. Small village with little infrastructure, Maron's restaurant on the edge of the River, offers a fish, shrimp and a little more, price is not cheap, but the dish serves two, with tranquillity ... detail, does not receive card. To get to the site you can follow for Earth, leaving the South Beach, but even better is by boat, enjoying the landscape until you reach the little church N.S. of Samir, the third oldest of Brazil. The visit is not essential, but if you have time and like primitive visit!
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