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... where there was a massive rock formation you could climb too m, up a dirt cliff face hanging onto some vines. This was good fun and the view from the top was incredible. Some were brave enough to jump off it into the water, escaping the rocks located at the bottom. Next stop was Parnaioco which was an incredible stretch of beach that lasted for over 3kms that had perfect waves to go body surfing in, the best conditions I have had (even better than Byron Bay). After cruising past ...
... that if we had blue skies and sun, it would be absolutely stunning.
We spent about an hour there and then had to head back to the main town of Abraćo. I was pretty exhausted by the time we got back because I hadn’t slept at all last night and then we’d been kept pretty busy all day. I wanted nothing more than to come back to the hostel and take a nap, but that just wasn’t possible. I got back ...
... a boat for half an hour, we decided to walk and save some money, and enjoy nature at the same time.
The walk was about 2 hours each way and a total of about 20km round trip. We were stupid and did the whole thing in thongs. The walk provided amazing views of Abraćo and took us some of the remaining, best preserved atlantic rain forest in the world. It was beautiful. We also had to walk past a few beaches ...
... to catch the boat back the to the other side of the island. Safe to say we now feel like a family and most activities aren't fun unless we're all there together. Amazing how in 2 weeks, complete strangers can become such good friends. If you guys are reading this- we won't forget you! So our proper beach day was finally attained and ended with the yummiest coconut before we hoped back on the boat. Dinner was the best ever prawn ...
... I mentioned before that we took a ferry from Angra dos Reis to the only town on Ilha Grande, named Abraao. There are only around 4000 people that live on Ilha Grande and 3500 live in this town. The rest are scattered across the island. The best part of Ilha Grande is that there are no vehicles or roads so if you want to explore the island you are going to need to get your walking shoes on or hire a boat.
Since it seems that ...