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... around at both end of Pouso for a while, admiring the views.
When I got to LM was a bit underwhelmed initially as the first bit of the beach was packed, wavy and had infrastructure, a "must-have" it seems from all Brazilian beach reviews – they want a chair, parasol, fresh water shower, car park and tab, then to settle in for the day!! Admittedly, in this instance it was only lifeguards & food/drink stalls – the walk there will have put off the real ...
... s as to the option we would do as we only have 2 nights here. We were taken on an orientation tour of the very small village here and had a nice lunch. They have these restaurants in Brazil where the food is presented buffet style and you pay for the meal by weight. This doesn’t necessarily make it that cheap but these places usually have a good variety especially with veggies and salad. After lunch we continued ...
... beach. The sun was getting a little lower and managed to catch a couple zzz's on the beach. It was really peaceful to just chill there to end the day. Came back to the hostel and as I was writing an email to grandma the power for the whole island went out. Luckily some places had generators ready so we were able to get dinner however our hostel didn't have one so we had to make do with ...
... meant we could swim together without fear of things going walkies! The boat then arrived to return us to civilisation. Back in town we went 'tat' shopping again but bought a Brazilian flag sarong which I had seen other people with and really wanted! After a Skype call home and Internet catchup, we ventured back into town for a romantic dinner. We found Dom Mario's. recommended in lonely planet as the place for ...
Day 6: Ilha Grande
Ilha Grande is an island about 100 miles South West of Rio, and a million miles away from the craziness of Rio. No roads, no cars and super chilled out.
Today involved a boat trip and trek to get to Lopes Mendes beach, rated by some as the best beach in Brazil. I've been asked how it compares to the 5 blue flag beaches of the English Riviera (http://www.torquay.com/torquay-beaches )........ with 2 miles ...