Porto Pacuiba Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... 650 a night.
Headed up one of the many river outlets, as the steep ridge of the island produces many rivers, with stunning waterfalls apparently, back to the road and north, after a kind security guard filled my water bottle from one of them, to finally stop at Viana for a swim and a beer while waiting the hourly bus – it was like watching a caterpillar cross the road, which it just achieved by mm's when the ...
A reasonably smooth, if very windy, road through steep green hills, the Parana pine (Araucaria) giving way to more Alpine pines for a while, before we descended back into jungle. The walls of green were punctuated by lots of rivers, waterfalls and the omnipresent trees with both white and purple flowers – there are always more of the latter, and here the blossom and colour was even more intense than previously.
6.5 hours later, I arrive in Santos, only ½ hour ...
... tradition of passing out gifts and throwing the wrapping paper all around the room. I know my parents were pleasantly surprised by all the decorations and our attempt to make it feel traditional.
The next day, my parents, Tasha, Jessie and I had the opportunity to go visit Lucas and his family and Adriano. Two of my dads employees and friends who live in Brazil. Lucas ...
So many crazy things have happened over the last few days; I don't even know where to start. This past weekend my housemate and I decided to go on a little expedition to Ilhabela in an attempt to explore the state of Sao Paulo a little more. It is a tropical island off the coast and of course it had stunning beaches and we soaked up lots of sun. It was great to get some peace and quiet away from the buzz of the big city. We spent the weekend exploring ...