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Today we left a now sunny paraty to go to a supposedly also sunny Ilha grande. A few hour bus ride we arrived at the port where we boarded the boat for the island. The weather was amazing; blue skies and a hot hot sun. Up on the roof we were all sunbathing and enjoying the ride. Until, up ahead a huge grey rain cloud loomed over ilha grande. It was a mad rush everyone climbing down ...
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... the strength of the cocktails. The next day we walked via a waterfall to a small but very busy beach. We hopped on a boat to a less beautiful but quieter patch of sand. The weather not the best we accidentally bought a powerful Caipirinha and hopped in our return boat. The skies cleared for sunset as dolphins swam past our vessel. Need I say more - awesome. We were ready for ...
... brazilian in a hammock who spoke little english, a hostel with no wifi, phone signal and no lights on the trail at night 30 minutes up the mountain from the beach... obviously I was a tantrum ensued on my part.
Anyway we quickly decided that we couldnt face being murdered up a moutain on a random island so we walked all the way back down to the beach with our bags in search from a room ...
... I quite enjoyed bumming around and chilling out. One of the most exciting things that happened one day was exterminating the biggest spider I have ever seen with Clare and Kayleigh and the Argentianian man running the hostel having a go at us and making sure we cleaned up the remains of said spider because it was THAT big! Also the legs went everywhere.
Anyways after Rio I made my way to Ihla grande. The hostel in Rio were offering ...
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