Travel Blogs from Ilhabela
... a few drinks that evening we all got to know each other. To my delight Sam´s husband Renato is a chef and so food was a big part of our stay at their house, especially some amazing Brazilian BBQ´s, yum!
In the morning we woke to an amazing view from our bedroom window. Their apartment was right on the waters edge, as you walked out of the french doors there was a raised seating/BBQ ...
Day 15: Maranduba
After a day away, it was nice to get back to normality and head to Pulso beach for one last chilled day - by car this time, the kayak was left at home.
We were one man down, as Mikey had a spot of sunstroke, 6 days on the beers, as well as being up at 6am with Helena had taken its toll!
Activity for the day was Fresco ball, ...
... time I managed to get a picture, and am told it's a Jararaca. According to Wikipedia:
- Bothrops jararaca (Common names: jararaca, yarara.
Day 13: Maranduba
Another day, where there is a risk of repetitiveness..... yep, beach, swim, beer, food, long late lunch!
The excitement today was using the kayaks to get to the beach. James (one of Mikes friends) and his daughter Maya on one kayak, with myself and Sacha (James's 4 year old son) on another ...
... you are completely off the grid - there's no Wifi anywhere nearby. This is less of an advantage when you need it - my first use of mobile data cost me £75 in a flash.
Topic of discussion in the evening was the World Cup....... based on views at Conveis, people in Brazil don't want it here and lots of uproar about the amount of money being spent. The current ...