Porto Pacuiba Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I arrived in Ilhabela after a long overnight bus journey heading south of Rio de Janiero. At 2am in the morning, the guy I was seated next to decided to open up a packet of crisps and tried to offer me some. I was not in the mood. It was around 6 am and we stopped off at Ubatuba to drop off/collect more passengers. I was originally planning to stay here for about four days. However I decided to skip this place on the way up north back to Rio ...
... br> At least the ferry across was free and regular and a bus was waiting heading to Vila, the old town. Not much of it's character left and I’m sure the cruiseship customers didn’t help, but headed north along the beaches for a couple of places I’d seen on the net in Santa Teresa – great location right on a nice unspoilt beach but still a bit cloudy & weedy for my tastes – one 350 (nearly ...
... over & watched me safely in the door having seen him approach!
It was OK but the high location of the fan meant I had to take the top bunk, not at easy task with slippery synthetic sheets and no ladder. Late arrival meant all the supermarkets with cold beer had shut, so forced to pay double price at the petrol station, but was really ready for it after that hideous day of nearly 14 hours on the roads with heavy rain, lightning, ***** seatmates and smelly loo ...
... bustle of a mall? We also had to buy white clothing because here in Brazil everyone wears white, and as travelers white is the last color we would have in our backpacks. After we rounded up our things we were able to enjoy a Christmas gift of getting to spend Christmas Eve in a Hilton. Nothing beats room service and a complementary bottle of champagne for Christmas Eve dinner. We decorated the hotel room with lights and a garland Christmas tree and put ...
Today I truly learnt what living in a tropical climate means. I left the house at about 3pm this afternoon and it was reasonably hot, about 30 degrees, not much wind and very muggy - not particularly remarkable. About 6pm the heavens opened and every time it thundered, it sounded like the world was ending. It was raining HARD so much so that when we left the canteen we were up to our ankles in a lake which had formed outside in less than 20 ...