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Travel Blogs from Angra Dos Reis
... turquoise waters making it very possible for you to find your own private beach! The water is warm and excellent for swimming from spring to winter
When to go
It is great all year round
By bus or car from Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paolo
Where to eat
We ate at some since we had a housekeeper that was an excellent good. Restaurants though tend to ...
... evening we attended a party at a nearby hostel and it was like home from home - Manchester boys behaving like fools and believing me when I told them there were piranhas in the freshwater pool!! On the third day we, as a hostel (minus Nico, katie and caz but plus Paulo) decided to do a boat trip. Now the weather was pretty lousy, but the snorkelling was amazing, we saw the oldest palm tree on the island which was almost like stone (haha Jason was ...
... from here. Yesssss. I´m a mounataineer. Machu Pichu is going to be a piece of ****,probably. Beach is nice.
We also took a boat tour of the island. We were out on the open waves for about an hour and just as we are pulling into the blue lagoon for some snorkling the captain (!) shouts out dolphins. We race to the front of the boat to see about 10 dolphins all feeding together, rounding up fish like we`ve seen them do on the ...
Sunday 18 September
A comfortable air con coach picked us up from the hotel at a little after 11.30 am and we were on the road to Angra dos Reis where we pick up the ferry for Ilha Grande. About 4 hours on the coach relieved by enjoying the spectacular scenery - high mountainous greenery to the right and the blue Atlantic shoreline to the left.
Getting off the bus we had to cart our bags to the sailing depot, not far, so I didn`t put them ...
... and crowded but nice to catch a glimpse of the green hills surrounding us.
We arrived about 3pm and immediately headed to our hostel right on the beach front and through the beautiful cobbled streets of the old town. Took part in our initial exploration of the town, Ray Mears eat your heart out, but managed to get ourselves a little lost, soon findiung ourselves in fields of green. We grabbed some frozen ...