Melia Angra Marina & Convention
Travel Blogs from Angra Dos Reis
... the hostel gave us directions and said do you want to book a tour and we're like, tour shmour. It was a 6 km walk to the top. 5 minutes in and Steve pulles out. Smart man. The guy said after about 20 minutes there will be a sign to turn off the main road. It had been about 1 hr and a half and there was still no sign. The only sign we got was the road going down hill, **** we've must of missed it. But thanks to Joe Dirt we "kept on keeping on" and got further and further ...
... back to the umbrella restaurant on the beach for a second night of delicious food. The next day was spent on a fairly treacherous 2 hour hike to Lopes Mendes beach, the nicest I've been to in Brazil, with my Brazilian friend from the boat tour. After a day of hiking and relaxing on the beach I set out on a nighttime party boat cruise around the island. All in all Ilha Grande was an awesome time and I highly recommend it to anyone traveling to ...
... pleasure while he eats but the wife is aware of this and steers clear of any would be bimbos.Though ,the table still needs to be in a good viewing area because they also want to see the parade and make suitable comments.Settled at the table ,security comes to mind,because every buffet area filled with well heeled middle class people is bound to be full of roaming thieves to steal your bags.So,inevitably it is the husbands job to protect the bags at all costs ...
... the waitress nearly had a heart attack! Claire and I sorted the bill much to her delight (Alice, you would be proud!) said goodbye to Matt and Sarah :( A lot of dancing was done, good few movers in the group! All ended up heading to bed at 5.30, needless to say it was a good night and the burgers on the way home were fantastic!
Next Stop: Paraty
P.S. 'Borrowed' a few of Matt and Sarah's and Stef and Phils photos from Facebook, thanks guys and anyone else's I borrow along the ...
Having completely partied ourselves out in Rio, we decided to seek a tranquil hideaway in the South on a little island called Ilha Grande for more beautiful beaches and good trekking. What with no cars or ATMs on the island, it seemed the perfect escape.
En route, the locals were wakeboarding off the back of our boat and smoking something suspicious in the process. It was the epitome ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services