Estrela Da Ilha
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... off to run the entire length of the beach and back, ears flapping in the wind, and evidently ecstatic/ exhausted upon returning. Despite having initially planned to get a taxi boat back, after some chill time on the beach, we decided we were ready for the return leg. Knowing the route and the distance helped, and we shaved half an hour off our original time. Thanks also to our canine pace setter, Pedro. Dinner of a pizza and beer was ...
... me of a vid I watched on fluorescent fish. That fish would look good in a disco. As well as the colourful catfish I saw some other fish that would've been the biggest I had seen with bright rainbow colours all over them. They must've been pretty mantis fish as they were trying to eat/scare away the nearby smaller fish. Third stop was lunch. We sat on the beach and munched some tasty ham ...
Today we hiked from the main bay of Ilia Grande round to Lopez Mendez beach on the other side of the island. The hike took us about 3 hours and went via 3 other amazing beaches on the way, as well as high up through the jungle to some amazing viewpoints. When we made it to Lopez Mendez we went in the sea and had a picnic and then spent the afternoon lying in the sun. Unfortunately being Kath and Shona's first days in the sun they ended up very burnt after dropping off on ...
... Happy girl! We went for a bake on the beach (4pm and still HOT!!) and then a wander in some tat shops! Now normally I object to James calling them tat shops, but this is tat even by my standards!! The tiredness hit us so we retreated to the room for a nap before proper din dins.... We never made proper din dins. We half woke up about 8.30ish but decided sleeping was better than eating!! And slept we ...
... archaeological evidence of human existence. The Tupi were hunter-gatherers who were known to practice cannibalism. This was evidenced in large shell mounds, bonfires, burial sites and man sharpener-polisher stones still visible on the island to this day. The Portuguese arrived in the beginning of the 16th century and immediately began exploiting the Brazilwood tree. Over the first century of Brazilwood traffic an estimated 2 million ...