Angra dos Reis Boutique Hotel
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Left lovely Paraty at 8.30am for a leisurely 2 hr drive up the coast. Great sights with jungle, mangrove swamps and sea views all the way. Hopped on a small catamaran and headed out to Ilha Grande which is a tourist Island about an hour off the mainland. It was initially a quarantine Island but now has hotels, backpackers and heaps of restaurants. It was very busy there but can certainly handle lots of people. Dropped our luggage then headed out on a water ...
... village its houses like lego pieces and tiny boats scattering this way and that to the surrounding islets.I took a water break and suddenly out of the bushes I see a smiling face.A young man about 25 years of age comes walking over to me an introduces himself.A little taken aback I find out that he was trying to find a short cut to the end destination! but with no luck. We agree to walk together but within 5 minutes we hear someone calling out behind us asking us to wait.It is ...
Yesterday, we braved the 3 hour land transfer and 1 hour boat transfer after our big night out in Rio- that was my least favourite part of the whole thing so far and I was not feeling fabulous! Anyway, we got to Ilha Grande, we hadn't brought the weather with us as it was overcast (the sun was shining in Rio when we left), still warm but a bit grey. We got dropped off at a small gangway by the transfer boat, and had to get to the hostel on the other side of the beach, as ...
... to be good company. Then there were the group of three girls, Anna from New Zealand who has a great outgoing personality (Chris said on our first night out that it seemed to be a competition between me and Anna as to who could be the loudest!!) Joss who is from Australia and Talia who lives in Melbourne. Anna and Joss had been living in london and decided it was time to move home and use travelling as the means to do so! We had quite a few drinks and headed off for some food, ...
Weather: 34 Degrees Highlight: Hiking to Lopes Mendes Breakfast at the hotel was amazing - we had fresh hot crepes, Fresh fruit, cakes and fresh juices. It was definitely sufficient for the hike. We bought our bottle of waters and started our walk. It was getting quite warm and it was only 9am so I was quite worried what the 2.5 hours trek will be like, thinking part of the group may have been wise to opt to take the boat. We started the climb going up through the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet