Parque Naçional da Chapada Diamantina
23.07.2009 - 28.07.2009 30 °C
Maybe we rushed south a little quick, so decided to move north a little to go to the Chapada Diamontina national park. I could copy and paste a whole section out of wikipedia, but time is literally money in an internet cafe!!
Stayed at the Pousada dos Douendes, which was really nice. Met Lobke in the taxi on the way there, She ignored me when i said hi, but ¨didnt make it clear enough the first time¨, and was then forced into being friends!
We took a day tour of a few attractions of the park. Swam in tea coloured water. Walked through a huge cave. Walked up a mountail for sunset . .
The next day we went for a walk described in the lonely planet as easily done without a guide. After 30 minutes of walking along the same pathes, crossing a river onl to find we had to cross back, we decided to enlist the help of an 10 year old guide. Who took us straight there! He had to abandon us at a waterfall (i think it was time for homework) We followed some french dudes back and made friends on the way.
We went for a walk to a natural waterslide which was fun, Suzie and Lobke went down together and screamewd like they were falling off a building.
That night we went to a BBQ round at ¨the french´s¨ place, it was safe!
Caio Lobke and Elo:
Goodbye Lencois, back to Salvador: