Estrela Da Ilha
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- Swimming pool
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... connecting the handful of coastal villages and hamlets to the many beaches, mountain peaks, waterfalls, and pristine forests." (Wikipedia). As you can imagine from that description, it was dazzlingly beautiful and just the quiet break we needed! Unfortunately we only had one day of really good weather which we took full advantage of and snorkeled all around the island. We saw starfish, sea slugs, brightly coloured fish and a TURTLE! This ...
... at a dope little water fall for a dip, ****in freezing! Reminded me slightly of the Waikato, so fresh! Took around 2 hours but we got there, it was a nice little beach with probably 12 other people spread out on it - exactly what I was chasing! Caught up with the Argentinian girls and had some lunch, played hacky & swam. We were under the impression we could get a water taxi back but there was only one there who demanded 40 Reais ...
... to leave the next day so we only got a chance to see a fraction of the hidden jewels this amazing paradise had to offer. We decided there and then we would definitely go back to see the rest of the island at some point in the future, including the popular Lopes Mendes beach, which was voted one of the top 10 beaches in the world by Vogue magazine.
We topped off the evening by going to the Kebab Lounge restaurant in the evening where they prepare and barbecue your order ...
... The view from the window is over the water and is spectacular too! We dumped our stuff, donned our swim stuff and wandered along the beach to find some food as we had not eaten since our rice and fish lunch on the amazon the previous day! All the bars in town are tourist places so everything pretty much is in English and Portuguese. We found a bar and ordered some fish dumplings (recommended by Fred!) and ...
... could be a bit treacherous but it was OK, nothing like the trek I did in the muddy hills of Chang Mai in Thailand! We hiked up and down and in to the forest, passing several small beaches along the way before reaching our destination. It was a shame the skies were grey but the waves looked spectacular crashing into the coastline. We relaxed on the beach for a short time before taking the last ferry of the day back to the village. Another taste ...