Pousada Oasis Ilha Grande RJ
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
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... that nobody had told me I needed to pick up tickets. Really kindly after a few emails back and forth they said they would exchange my ticket and I could go the next night. Thank god. I was furious with STA. I was now extremely emotional and exhausted. I went out to get some food as I hadn't eaten since 10.30 that morning. I then got ripped off and spent £10 for some chicken 2 beers and a coke. By this point when I worked it out I just didn't care. I drunk my beers ate the ...
... and I suspect will continue until January! We had feijoada, went to a churrascaria, which is an all you can eat buffet where they bring the meat to your table on skewers and cook steaks to order in front of you, and had a traditional picanha steak with all the sides on our final day for lunch. We had to stop in this restaurant, as when we were looking at the menu, two different tables asked if we needed help with the menu as it was only in Portuguese ...
... paths with a couple of french guys who warned us it would be getting dark soon and maybe we should turn back but after all that effort getting up the hill we were determined! We finally reached the waterfall which was quite impressive but no Iguazu Falls! We had a little dip to cool ourselves down then headed back before dark - mission complete. We stopped off at a viewpoint to watch the beautiful sunset which made it all worthwhile. That evening we met a ...
... booking and couldn't get wifi to check if they had responded to our email hoping they could extend our booking. Luckily they confirm they can take us for two extra nights and we are on our way to Paradise! After a super cheap ferry we finally make it just before midnight to Ilha Grande, which is an island that the locals holiday at as much as the gringos. There are no cars and it's basically a big nature reserve with lots of eateries and places to drink. It's just ...
... hotel and headed out to Zaza for dinner. It turned out to be a really tasty Moroccan place that we took our shoes off and sat on cushions on the floor. Our table got a round of Caipirinhas to enjoy since it is the local drink. We even had room to share a dessert with the table. The 3 B's found us there and told us to meet them at a bar around the corner.
The nine of us moved over to the bar Impresa which was a hipster type bar but played ...