Portobello Resort & Safari
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Mangaratiba
... The next day showed us the island in all its glory! The sun was shining and countless little boats dotted the wide bay, while the forested hills rose up high above the town. We had a 'lanch' for lunch; rice, chips and a whole breaded fish, before heading up one of the numerous trails into the forest. The walk took us up the side of a hill, past some old aqueducts and into the jungle. It was really amazing walking through the jungle - it was very quiet, ...
Got up early to check out a surfing beach "Lopez Mendes" that was a 2 hour trek away. Was a nice walk through the forest where we bumped in to a squirrel on the way. Really nice views of Abraao & neighbouring bays were spread across three main hills. The beach was beautiful, much resemblance of a New Zealand beach setting. White squeaky sand & clean rolling waves. Although it was a little disappointing there were so many people here, i had hoped it would be a little ...
... to the hostel only to find the remaining Amigos had made it. Drinks began after a large feed of Penne Bolognese & some good chat! Ended up out around the village which wasn't amazing for partying. Ended up on the beach most of the night, jumping in peoples boats. Jarred got sand in his eyes and they swelled up pretty big, he was smashed and it was hilarious. His eyes still kind of puffy 2days ...
... the group. Then I continued till I caught with Eugene and Mike. And the rest we found at the first beach we were passing by, they had went for a swim. Then we had to pass two more beaches before coming out to Lopes Mendes. It's a really nice beach, rated among top ten in the world. We arrived there just before 11 and stayed until 4. The waves there are really nice, so we did a lot of body surfing and some rented ...
... We got picked up from our hostel at 11am for our transfer to Ilha Grande (an Island 160kms south of Rio de Janeiro). We are now sitting in our AMAZING hostel called Biergarten in the town of Abraao on Ilha Grande. We are in the best moods right now. This morning was probably one of our low moments, we were rushing around getting some last minute things before coming to the Island (the island has no roads and no vehicles and no ATMīs), and then we had ...