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... massive start fish and a scorpion fish alongside many more. My first ocean dive was good but didn't feel too different from diving in the lake. Shaun assured me that the more ocean diving we do the more it will blow your mind! I look forward to that.
Our last day on the island was spent trekking to another beach 2 hours away called Dios Rios. This was a much easier walk being mainly on road. The beach was stunning with ************e on it. The sky ...
... best in the world and despite the wind, its definitely the best beach I've ever been to! The waves are the kind on those surf shows (that are often on in the background of bars and stuff) and the sand was like super fine flour. Its also 2 km long with ************e on it!
After the speed boat back (which was at sunset...amazing...) we all stayed in the hostel and played cards on the beach-side balcony because there was an all you can eat BBQ at the ...
... wave becomes almost addictive.
The next day we went on a boat trip to lagoa azul (the blue lagoon). It proved to be a bit of a tourist trap as much time was spent on the boat and very little time at the lagoon itself. There were plenty of amazing fish there but we didnīt really get the opportunity to properly explore the lagoon and were whisked off rather expediently to the next destination (a **** beach with nothing to offer) just as we were beginning to ...
rides bore me, I set out into the rainforest to get to the nearest one.
Oh, and you have to go over a mountain and the beach is mostly empty. I
was able to take my shirt off without causing mass blindness or
I hit the little beach cafe for a chicken sandwich and a beer along with a bit of laziness.
There is always that problem of climbing a mountain to get ...
... and banana stew with manioc cream and rice. Unreal! Washed down with ice cold Brahma's and accompanied by a band playing Bossa Nova music and The Beatles. Just lush! Headed to the main square for drinks, music and circus acts. I say circus acts, it was really just a collection of guys on stilts/with fire who all seemed stoned, with serious cases of cobble wobble on the old cobbled streets. Really sad to leave Ilha Grande (are we going to feel ...