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... are Abrao, the main town, and the beaches. The weather forecast for our 3 day stay wasn't looking too promising with clouds and rain everyday, although this turned out to be a blessing in disguise.
That evening, as ...
... stage set up especially for the public holiday.
After our third and final hostal swap for Ilha Grande we headed down to the beach to board a speed boat we had booked to take us on a snorkeling tour of the island. The sun was once again beating down and an application of cream was required every 20 minutes. However, the heat was forgotten once we were bouncing our way at break neck speeds to our first destination. We were joined, amongst others, by a Londoner named Luke and ...
As per The Plan<TM> I stayed in bed until 12ish to fight off any sign of a hangover. I wasn't missing much, it had been raining all night with no sign of letting up. Having said goodbye to Carl (for good) and the couple James and Lucy (who we'll remet in Paraty) I spent the day sorting photos, reading and playing cards in the hostel.
In the evening ...
... We got a taxi boat back round to the main beach after the sun went down and headed around to another hostel for dinner. The hostel had a deck over the sea and a 30R$ ($12) all you can eat BBQ with salad, garlic bread, baked sweet potatoes, rice, pasta, veg and best of all - unlimited BBQed sausages, chicken and amazing steak. We ate a good few plates each before we were stuffed, and even got a free caipirinha with the meal! It was definitely an amazing post hike ...
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 ...