Pousada Vivenda Oriente
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... where we board a boat and as the weather was not great the sea was very lively. So much so that the boat was swaying like crazy and almost went horizontal a few times. We made it in the end. Arrived at Ilha Grande, which is a tropical paradise island with no cars and not ATMs.
Our accommodation is up a hill away from the party beach front which meant we would get some sleep. It is not a hostel, but a ‘pousada’, which is more like a pension or ...
... noodle bowl. This is the first time on our trip where we have been able to spend two full days in one place. It has been nice because it allows you to actually start to experience the culture instead of scraping the surface and moving on. In this case, we got to experience the island groove. The rain finally came which should make taking the water taxi back to the main land interesting tomorrow. It will be worse if it's windy. I don't really want to see anyone ...
We went back to the party hostel and met a huge group of Chilenos and took the party to the beach. It seemed like everyone was having a night away from partying which meant that it was a pretty average party. Highlight of the night- Sam tried and catch a crab and it pinched the **** out of ...
... no idea what it was. It was awesome though. We also heard a huge pack of howler monkeys that we really wanted to see but they were so far away.
When we finally got back to Abraão the sun had set, so we got some dinner and bought a bottle of cachaça for 7 Reais. Bargain. We went to aquário one of the hostels in town because they were having a party and hung out there a bit before calling it a day and going to ...
... 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 ...