Pousada Manaca Inn
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... to have been able to visit such lovely and faraway places like Ilha Grande.
The next morning we got up earlier, in true Monday morning style (though I could only wish to wake up every Monday to such a beautiful setting!). We all met to buy supplies (3kg of sausages and lots of water) before heading to Lopes Mendes, a beach further around the island and one that is reputed to be among the most beautiful in Brazil! We took a boat from Abraao to ...
... to jump on just as the skies opened with full on storm. We were all crouched under towels and sarongs trying not to freeze - you couldn't look up without being battered in the face by the rain. We did a runner from the boat the the supermarket to grab some food and then spent the rest of the afternoon in the hostel. Just as we had to leave with all our stuff to get the boat back to Rio ...
... us Portuguese and introduced us to Brazilian music, showing us how to dance the samba and forró. We went on their boat, made caipirinhas, danced on deck and jumped in the sea at five in the morning. We also befriended a very smiley man who was overwhelmed by our love of football and danced with us on our last night on the island.
We then boarded our final bus of this whole trip, unable to believe that we were on our way to our final destination: Rio de ...
... dishes. The food was amazing. Mussels the size of and old 50p, fish in a coconut and banana sauce with rice and a beer and soda to wash it down! Happy days! I bought an anklet on the way home as I feel like a traveler with an anklet on! On our return to the room, they had sorted out the water issues we'd been having all day, however the shower had been left on so the room was like a sauna! Ac to the max and bring on ...
... no roads on the entire island and it is off-limits to cars so the luggage guys pushed and heaved trolleys stacked with our bags up the cobbled hill! Ambur, Steph and I shared a split level chalet that was nestled in the rainforest. It felt like a little haven, so peaceful. We explored the village and took a leisurely stroll along the beach. We found a place to eat and I ordered an amazing salad with gorgonzola, pear and walnuts, Ilha Grande ...