Estrela Da Ilha
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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After a busy weekend in the big city, we decided to head to a remote island to relax and breath some fresh air. To give you some background, Ilha Grande is "one of the most pristine remnants of Brazil's Atlantic rainforest, one of the richest ecosystems in the world, and [...] holds some of the largest remaining populations of many endangered species. [...] The island, which is roadless and off-limits to cars, features over 150 km of ...
... to belt him. Love and hate is a tight balance. We talk to Brazilians that walk by, again they talk to the Flamengo jersey, I love this shirt. I try to get the Flamengo song out of them. Steve tries to tell one of them he just refered to his girlfriend as a 'him' - 'taking the **** 24/7' (earlier quote from Steve describing his personality). 'What's wrong with me? Why do I hate nice people?', you're alright Steve! You're alright! So while Steve ...
... and we arrived at Hotel Holandes! A beautiful little hostel nestled up in the forest with small little huts for private hire, as well as the bigger areas arranged as dorm space. We were in a 6 bed and had a lovely guy called Casper in our room who was from Holland, Amsterdam. He could speak English, Dutch, German and wanted to learn Spanish! He was a cool laid back guy who was on a two week holiday before he starts his new job. Chris and I, after settling in, went to sit in ...
... the world, I'm not sure it was quite that good, but it was very nice. Swimming was really good as you could go out a long way and it was still shallow. Spent the day relaxing on the beach, surfing the big waves and playing football on the sand with the other lads from the tour group. We got the boat back to save from walking, but this ran out of petrol and we had to be rescued by another boat
The evening was spent playing more beer pong and then we went into a bar ...
... br> other side. Sooner or later, you have to get back to the first side.
Hopefully before you get drunk or the sun goes down. I was good on both
accounts. Rolled back into town around 4 and started looking for dinner.
A little early, even for me but the torrential rainstorms that have
come in tonight made me glad I didn’t have to go out looking for
uninspired overpriced tourist food.