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... and the wind came! We didn't fancy walking 2 hours back so instead got a water taxi. Oh my, we were on a tiny speed boat with massive waves, at times I thought we would all be in the water! Thankfully we got back in one piece. That evening we enjoyed a meal on the beach, seafood risottos, yum!
Today the sun was shining, a perfect, calm day for a dive. We spent a good hour on the boat before heading to our first dive sight. It was a good way to ...
... deals to me, especially when they here a gringo speaking Portuguese!
The other touirsts on the island are nearly all gringos, this was really weird; most of the places I've been are off the tourist trail and filled with Brazilians. But I did meet a Brazilian and some great people from Mexico, Australia, the UK and even Scots at the hostel.
I booked a tour for Tuesday that was to take me the whole way around the island (in one day) and visit 6 ...
... location. Swung by & sorted a room for us & the Amigos who were set to arrive at 5pm. Vibe was cool & it was nice & clean. Also the view from our upstairs room was amazing. Later that avo we went for a walk to the end of the main village. It was then we stumbled upon a few soccer courts parallel from the main road. A metal netting surrounded it & the turf was made of ...
Started the morning with breakfast at 8. Packed my bag and went off to buy lunch for today's hike to Lopes Mendes Beach. I think twelve of us were doing the hike today, I was a bit late so I told the others the could start walking and I catch up. Cause I needed to go both to the supermarket and the bakery to store up with food and drinks for today. Took me about 15-20 minutes to catch up with the little bit slower ...
... overly recharged lost site of whats
important decided to head back on up the beach instead of chilling on
the sunny deck with a dozen or so college aged women. There was also
chocolate cake. But the caffeine sent me onward. I checked a few
Pousadas on the way. They are more like hotels, I think. They are also a
lot more expensive. At least 4 times as much. Risky on an isolated