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... us through thick forest, panoramic hill tops and a couple of small beaches, before we finally arrived at our destination. The beach was stunning; 3 km long of white sand with rolling waves framed by the rainforest behind it, a stark contrast to the smaller coves that we marvelled at earlier on in the walk. We loved the refreshing swim in the waves and a picnic lunch of bread rolls and sardine pâté. Chris then decided the hike wasn't quite enough ...
Today we travelled to Ilia Grande, and Island South of Rio, the two hour bus ride to the port was longer than expected, when two hours into the journey we drove back through Lapa to finish off the hostel pick ups! When we got to the port it was an hour boat over to the island, which looked like paradise! We checked into the hostel and then sat on the beach until sunset. Then we grabbed some dinner and planned our hike for the next day before heading to ...
... Brazil's Atlantic rainforest, one of the richest ecosystems in the world, and a hotspot for biodiversity and conservation. The seas around the island, which are protected, feature a unique mixture of tropical and subtropical marine life. Said to be one of the best places to dive in Brazil I was itching to get back to the sub-culture! Before the Portuguese arrived Ilha Grande was the domain of the Tupinambá Indians with over 3,000 ...
... a little worse for wear, Chris and I set off on another hike to an inland waterfall. We were assured by Viktor that this hike is much flatter than the one to Lopez Mendes as in our fairly fragile state, didn’t fancy a hard walk. Viktor lied and the hike up to the water fall was up vertical mountain faces. The hike took 1hr 20 minutes and much of this time was spent walking up extremely steep hills! The walk was really pleasant however and we enjoyed looking at ...
... 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