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Travel Blogs from Ilha Grande
... to Lua&Mar for dinner who were also playing live music. We were also sat next to each other looking out to sea, which felt hilariously romantic. We tried a seafood Moqueca, which is like a curry and a stew. It was 110R for 2 people, so about 15 pounds, and my GOD it could have fed 4 people and the stew was ALL seafood. I have literally never seen so much seafood in one place before. SO so delicious! But we could hardly finish it, which was so ...
rides bore me, I set out into the rainforest to get to the nearest one.
Oh, and you have to go over a mountain and the beach is mostly empty. I
was able to take my shirt off without causing mass blindness or
I hit the little beach cafe for a chicken sandwich and a beer along with a bit of laziness.
There is always that problem of climbing a mountain to get ...
Salut a tous,
Nous voila arrives au port de Angra en compagnie de Izzy, une anglaise rencontree a Rio,
Un vieux bateau nomme Andrea nous y attend pour une traversee d'1h30 jusqu’a l’ile de Ilha Grande.
C’est un paysage a couper le souffle qui nous attend, cette ile est magnifique.
Sure l’ile pas de voiture, quasiment pas de bitum, que du sable de la nature et des bateaux pour se deplacer. ...
... The sea was choppy and the waves big. The boat pulled into about 7 or 8 little coves that you could only reach by boat, or a six hour mountain trek. We splashed around in the clear sea as this was the only way to keep cool. Hot just wasn't the word. However the highlight had to be, being attacked by the biggest wave that drenched the whole boat. The force of it felt like you had been punched in the face even the captain was ...
... a huge storm with thunder and lightening and, of course, lots more rain! I was worried that one of the branches would hit us because they kept breaking in the wind. I am a bit of a pessimist in these kinds of situations which I think comes from working in a hospital. I always think what would happened if I slipped, or if the other person fell, or the millions of ways we could get killed in the jungle. Anyways, I made it to town safely.
Back at the hostel, there was no ...