Pousada Ancoradouro Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Ancoradouro Inn Ilha Grande
This is a lovely little family run Pousada,right on the beach with the sound of the waves to send you to sleep,fantastic breakfast and pretty good wi fi connection considering where you are.
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... for some of the guests, so as a treat on our last week of the trip, we signed up. The first stop was Lopes Mendes beach, voted one of the top 10 beaches in Brazil, it was like paradise and this time with white sand. The sea was kept really clean too as no boats are allowed to directly enter the bay, so our boat anchored at another beach and we did the incredibly sweaty 20min walk through the jungle to get there.
The next stop was the touristy town ...
We had met an Argentinian lad at the hostel who happened to be Argentinas best bartender. He showed us photos with the trophy to prove it and had the skills to back it. We came up with a proposal - if we bought all the alcohol & fruit would he make us drinks for the night. He was keen and we provided him & his friends for the night as part of the deal. World class cocktails all night. Ended ...
... it was just a shame the visibility was so poor you could hardly see a thing when snorkelling. The boat trip included unlimited Caipririnhas, Brazil’s infamous national cocktail, made with cachaça (sugar cane hard liquor), sugar and lime. We even had a lesson on how to make them. Onto Lagoa Verde (Green Lagoon) and Lovers Beach but by this point my memories start to get fuzzy. The boat made a ...
... garden of our pousada. Then I had a nice shower. And after the shower, more relaxing in the garden. Then me, Mike, Eugene and Janine went for food at a per kilo restaurant, where you weigh your plate and pay for how much you've taken. After we walked around the village a bit and stayed down at the pier, just talking. On the way back I got some beers to drink in the garden back at the pousada. Stayed up quite long ...
... platform which looks out into the rainforest where the wife Suzanna takes yoga classes every day! She also baked the most amazing fresh cakes for breakfast- our guilty pleasure every morning!!
We did an early morning walk to a nearby natural swimming pool cut off from the sea which was stunning. I'm well aware of my over-use of the the worlds amazing, incredible and beautiful but this stretch of Brazil is so breathtaking- the area of coastline is ...