Porto Pacuiba Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We were greeted at the airport by Sam and set off to her place in Praia Preta which was about three hours drive down to the coast of Sao Paulo .
When we got to Samīs she and her husband Renato had arranged a 30th birthday cake for Louisa along with a little belated birthday dinner which was lovely. Sam and Louisa hadnīt seen each other for a few years and neither of us had met her husband, ...
... and ball on the beach....... awesome fun, although we learned playing Brazilian beach games next to Brazilians is a bad idea if you want to impress.
A much more relaxed night at Conveis - just Mikey, Anna, Helena and myself left, and a crazy electric storm to keep us company.
Traveller tip of the day: When you get sunstroke, best to stay near a toilet.
... mean "large snake". Within its geographic range, it is often abundant and is an important cause of snakebite. No ...
... 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 ...