Pousada Manaca Inn
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Travel Blogs from Ilha Grande
... reading in our room, the heavens opened and the power went! Despite our rumbling tummies, Chris was reluctant to venture out into the heavy rain, imagining a deserted town in darkness. Eventually with our macs and head torches on, our walking boots made their debut as we tentatively made our way out into the darkness... Turns out the whole town has generators except for our hostel. The 'adventure' was fun whilst it lasted 3 minutes! A delicious dinner ...
... couple who`s swimwear left little to the imagination. Our day was filled with snorkeling in various picturesque bays which suprisingly was not ruined by being surrounded by dozens of party boats. We stopped for a lovely, if not a bit expensive, lunch of chicken, rice and a bean dish which we were informed is a local stock food and eaten most meals.
In the evening we had a few drinks with Luke, chilled in our hostel and prepared for the next day`s trip to Paraty.
... down the falls and jumping off rocks into the pools. Managed to bang my foot so am now walking like a cripple, but well worth it. Also went tasting caschasa - turns out it doesn't matter what you flavour it with, it still tastes horrendous. Writing this on the first of our 17 hour bus ride to Campo Grande to reach the Pantanal - some woman coughing up a lung in front of us...it's going to be a long ...
... beach, with marinated chicken and beef and loads of roasted veg and rice. After lunch we went in a 6 man canoe for a lap of the bay, which we were all pretty bad at paddling but with some motivational singing we made it back to the beach.
At this point it started raining and although we quite wanted to head back we felt too bad when the skippers insisted we should go and see the islands old church ruins, so we agreed. ...
... fantastic view across some other islands and the surrounding rainforest - beautiful! Eventually we reached the bottom of the trail and the waterfall. It was very pretty, but when you have stood under Iguazu within a week, all waterfalls will seem a little small!!!! As we walked back, the heavens opened, but this just added to the atmosphere of trekking through the jungle - if it's going to rain, then do it in the ...