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... quite vicious especially during the summer. I was scratching for days. The beach apart from the mosquitoes were amazing. I met a lovely couple from São Paulo and we tried to speak Spanish to each other. We shared a litre of brahma and so calamari. After lunch we arrived back at the Jeep and headed for a walk to see a local waterfall. After that we had some spare time to catch some waves and then caught a speedboat back to the west side ...
... 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 ...
... it, for a major port city, is scenically set against massive rock outcrops, trisected by equally massive rivers – they didn't look that clean, but that didn’t deter the local kids.
The normally hideously tedious bus trip out of there the 150km to Sao Sebstiao takes 4 hours, but today was even worse – of course, the truth is a rare commodity – given the reality I would have stayed the night in the not-so-bad-after-all Santos! Apparently, the ...
... firework shop and set us up with some awesome fireworks and some great kites. They showed us around their city and treated us to some amazing pasteles (deep fried pastries filled with cheese ans ground beef) and Adrianos family hosted an amazing BBQ with delicious meat, BBQ cheese, pineapple and so much more. We really enjoyed getting out of the city and seeing their town.
... beaches, doing some snorkeling and paddle boarding along the way. I was completely paranoid all weekend about getting bitten by the notorious "borrachudos" which everyone had warned me about. These are a type of local mosquito which gives a very nasty bite, which I did not fully appreciate until one of my new friends from the hostel walked in to the dorm room after a day at the beach with several apple sized lumps covering her legs. They looked so ...