Portobello Resort & Safari
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... adventures (us) go for the full 2,5 h trek to Lopez Mendes. So after a good breakfast we set off.
Armed with our Havaianas we struggled through the jungle, lost footing at times and wondered why we didn't take out trekking shoes. Some people say that you can see monkeys and other animals in the forest, but we concentrated so ******* what we are stepping on that we did not notice anything else. 2.30hr and 2 smaller beaches later we arrived at Lopes Mendez. ...
... drivers kids! Dinner, at the Kebab House, was by far the best food we have had since sushi at Iguasu and probably some of the best spiced meat we've had on our whole trip. After dinner, we wandered down to the restaurants along the beach and had a banana and chocolate dessert crepe. Phew...what a busy day! I'm tired just recapping the whole day. After being awake for 20 hours, we are finally going to sleep. No plans for tomorrow...it's supposed to rain ...
... bar to just listen and dance around. Insane.
We ended up going to a sort of nightclub thing afterwards which was so much fun. It turned midnight, which meant it was my birthday in Brazil, despite it already being my bday in Aus. We drank, danced and celebrated until super early in the morning. São Paulo, if the rest of my time here is as good as this night, you are going to be ...
... and after a 20 minute hike, we stepped out onto a huge beach with white sand and great waves. It was a chilled day of lying on the beach and swimming in the sea (Matt was asleep for most of the day) and some of the lads even hired surf and body boards. We left to catch a speedboat back at about 4.30. In the evening we went back to the festival again with wristbands which got us free food and drink (the drink was like a cross between mulled wine and cough ...
... with hundreds of tourists in the water there may have been a few more varieties. Next time we would take a less commercial and large group tour, but it was a fun and easy way to see the surroundings without killing ourselves climbing up and down the island. With 5days on the island we got to completely chill out and forget we were once employed. We feel ready to take on the many forth coming journeys. Next stop Paraty, where sandy streets will be replaced with an ...