Pousada Oasis Ilha Grande RJ
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... of Rio de Janeiro and part of the Southeastern Region of Brazil. To the north it borders on several municipalities of the State of Rio de Janeiro. To the south lies the Atlantic Ocean, to the east Guanabara Bay (Baía de Guanabara) and to the west Sepetiba Bay (Baía de Sepetiba).
The official language of Brazil is Portuguese, spoken by the entire population (except for a few, very remotely located tribes). Brazilian Portuguese has a number ...
... we had only met the other four people that night, we were made so welcome that we felt like we had known them for years. After a few burgers, more than a few beers, and Jen falling asleep on the couch, our Rio trip was complete.
The following morning Bruno dropped us off at the bus station, we said our goodbyes, and we caught a bus to Paraty for a few days, a small town on the coast will be the last stop on our entire trip before we head to Sao Paulo to catch our flight ...
Woke up early to squeeze in some morning beach exercise before having to check out at 12noon. So we head down to Ipanema and Aaron films some of my beach shuttle runs and water swims for my TSNthegrind promotion for about half an hour. We head back up all wet, change, pack our things, eat breakfast and have coffee. Aaron wanted to squeeze in time at Copacabana beach before leaving as we hadn't made much of an effort to go there yet. So we make a quick 15minute walk ...
... The next day showed us the island in all its glory! The sun was shining and countless little boats dotted the wide bay, while the forested hills rose up high above the town. We had a 'lanch' for lunch; rice, chips and a whole breaded fish, before heading up one of the numerous trails into the forest. The walk took us up the side of a hill, past some old aqueducts and into the jungle. It was really amazing walking through the jungle - it was very quiet, ...
Today was always going to be a beach day, and after discussions last night, we decided that we would do just over half a day at Lopez mendes, one of the best beaches in the world according to trip advisor rather than push ourselves on a dawn til dusk day cruise! Breakfast, in James' words, was one of the best we've had, a mixture of British, Brazilian and European! We filled our boots so that lunch would be too much of ...