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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of Brazilian wine at our lovely pousada. Day 10 - Following another delicious feast at PPP breakfast, we hopped on a local bus to Trindade, a small fishing village with three of the best beaches in the area, and a natural salt water lagoon. Sadly the weather didn't play ball, and after our short hike through the forest to the lagoon, the heavens opened. Having previously adventured to Lopes Mendes on Ilha Grande, we couldn't help but feel a bit underwhelmed by the Praia ...
... of this during our future stay in Salvador! I´ve also been enjoying a Caipirinha or two (a drink made from Cachaça, (sugar cane brandy), fresh limes, sugar and ice - I highly recommend them! We´ve also eaten chicken strogonoff which I´ve had before but still haven´t found one as good as yours Thiago!! (an old colleague of mine)
A 6 hour bus journey to Rio next, in time for New Year´s Eve on Copacabana Beach!!
... pain in the ****. 4. There was a giant hole in the bathroom ceiling exposing the attic- dusk, bugs, electrical cables, and general spooky darkness. 5. My bed was infested by the cast of "A Bug's Life"- perhaps a tad of an exaggeration but there were definitely more ants in those sheets than is considered comfortable by the average unfussy person. 6. To top things off, the couple in the room next door discovered they had bed bugs and swiftly demanded a change of room. ...
... to get the right boat she needed to get off at the second ferry stop, not the first like my hostel. Just like that my van transfer friend was gone and I was back to rolling solo. Of course when I arrived at my hostel the electricity was out and therefore there was no internet or way of checking me in. So what to do?? Walk down the beach and get a beer of course! After ordering a Brahma (the only Brazilian beer my friend Leo from Rio would let ...
After dreading the coach journeys, we were very pleasantly surprised by the lavish Costa Verde coach which whisked us along the coastal highway 101 to Angra dos Reis. The seats were huge squishy things with enough legroom to even satisfy Jack. We settled down with our kindles and a bag of Fandagos crisps and watched the amaxing scenery whipping by. Once in Angra, we made it down to the ferry station and hopped on for a measly R$4.50. We grabbed ...