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Travel Blogs from Ilhabela
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, ...
... myself headed off to tackle the trail, while Anna, Anna, Helena, Sacha and Maya hired a fishing boat to get there.
A great little trail across some morro's (tree covered hills) and beaches and we got to our destination, and shortly afterwards the ladies and kids arrived with ...
... did inform James before leaving that I hadn't kayaked since I was about 12 years old.............
The trip was about a mile or so, down the river, out to sea and around the headland to Pulso beach to meet the other guys and girls. About half way there, what felt like a massive wave (but was a mini swell) ended up with ...
Me again, as I had mentioned in the last entry Judy is still in isolation as we arrived at our next stop, Ilhabela.
Monday March 3rd
The island of Ilhabela or Beautiful Island is certainly worthy of its's name. We arrived early in the morning and I had to take a ships/s tender to the island. The small village at the pier was getting ready for their final day of the carnivale, and they ...
... 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 ...
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