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... us to barbecued steaks, rice, and salad on our first night. The entire island is a natural preserve where there are no roads, no banks, and a small selection of markets and restaurants. Our was in the village of Bananal, population 120. Walking trails follow the perimeter of the island and we made short work of exploring the surrounding area. There is a total of 105 beaches on the island many of which are only accessible by boat ...
Got woken up by Dennis with just over half an hour till we had to be ready for the cruise. Quick stop at the supermarket to pick up some lunch and eggs for breakfast we were ready to go. Our first stop was a snorkel stop at a little channel between the main island and a little island about 30m off. The water was clear but it got a little chilly once we were out due to the breeze floating ...
... eggs. There were loads of then running all over the place, kids screaming cos they were scared, dogs being attacked by them and adults running after them to take pictures, quite an amusing site. Up early the next day to go on the dive boat. There are 8 of us on the boat, most people had their paid licences so were diving but there were also a couple who were doing a try dive. I had already tried diving and did. It really like to so just opted for snorkelling. ...
... little hideaway beaches and coves dripping with green foliage.We pulled in at Pousa,our stop and made our way off the boat and the little jetty to find the path that would lead us to Lopes Mendes beach.The beach at Pousa was stunning enough and presented an excellent photo opportunity.The path was easily found owing to the big sign that said “to Lopes Mendes beach” ! ,roughly half a kilometer long it cut through tropical jungle,huge towering bamboo groves ...
This island was perfect place to escape the political unrest in Rio, where we both felt like we were back in Fiji. Spent two days exploring the beaches and jungle, spotted some red jungle monkeys (yes that is their official name) and both discovered a new addiction in the form of açaí smoothies and banana fish ...