Bristol Guarapari Residence
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... that crammed the beach. Was nice to hear a couple of carnival bands playing on a couple of the beaches.
Liked Praia Araia Preto (black sand) as there was more space and the beach bars more rustic & mellow. From the rocks beyond that could see Porcino but rock hopping in flip flops is less than ideal so turned back.
Managed to catch a full official samba drumming performance later on – was fun to watch the drunk beachgoers sway, shuffle or sashay to the ...
... so close and loud they might cause
damage and streets instantly several inches deep in water. Were stuck at the
top of town where nothing was open and there was no shelter, so soaked through
by the time we found an open restaurant. I was ready for that all-you-can-eat
wood fired buffet by then. Was a food chance to try feiojada, a very bland
beany dish, one of many ...
... taxi (basically a wooden speedboat!) Depending on the season, you can even see southern right whales and penguins here alongside coral and tropical fish. The 'resort' of Abraao, basically where the ferries come in, only has 3 streets. I spent the few days I was here lounging around on the beach, snorkelling, trekking in the jungle, drinking caiprinhas and eating scrumscious food at Kebab, a recommendation I'd received from Ioannis and Laure, two friends from London that I'd met in ...
Our last day in Vitoria!
Rochelle was up and off at 7:00am Heather and I wanted to hit the beach and do a little more shopping before we had to catch our bus at 3:30pm so we checked out and caught a taxi back to the Vitoria Mall. Because we had all of our luggage with us, I sat and guarded the bags while Heather shopped. I really didn't have anything to shop for and it was fun to sit and people watch for a few hours.
It was cloudy but we ...
... it, curved beach with a few bars/restaurants at one end and the bridge to Ilha de Boi at the other. We stopped to use the bathroom at the first bar we came to and although it was not the busiest place on the beach, we thought it only right to buy our beverages there after using their facilities. We drank a quick beer and then headed down the beach to a nice sandy area close to the water to lay out and catch the last of the afternoon sun. ...