Bristol Guarapari Residence
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- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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... than anything else I'd found. When he heard about my overnight bus he kindly threw in an extra breakfast too!
After retrieving my luggage, and getting out of my jeans – needed them and my fleece yesterday for the 1st time in weeks, stocked the fridge and headed out to explore the beaches, clambering over a couple of rocky headlands. All seemed calm and swimmable if not that clear, but the beer was already being copiously consumed at the plastic tables ...
... 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 it seems, ...
... are allowed on the island. It's probably only a matter of time until things change but for now, the island remains relatively unscathed by modern transportation. I arrived by wooden yacht, ferrying produce to locals from the mainland. The trip cost around £3 and involved lying on top of milk and vegetable (and drink!) crates, whilst taking in the incredible views of Isla Grande on the horizon. In terms of ecosystem, you couldn't get much more diverse than this. Isla ...
... to head over to Curva da Jurema, just across the park. We had met a nice lady there yesterday. Her name was Marcie and she worked at one of the restuarant/bars on the beach. We went back and had a beer with her and some of her friends before we caught a taxi to the bus depot for our long bus ride back to Muniz Freire.
Vitoria was beautiful but our time here was too short. Perhaps I will return again someday. One never knows!
... de Jurema and up the hill to Praia Grande (Big Beach). He stopped briefly at the walkway to Praia Pequena (Little Beach) to ask if we wanted to go there. I told him to take us to the best beach, so he turned left into the parking lot of the Praia Grande. It was a lovely little beach, getting it's name only because it was the larger of the two adjacent beaches. There were five concession stands selling everything from fresh coconut water, in ...