Pousada Canto Bravo

Address: Praia do Bonete s/n, Ilhabela, State of Sao Paulo, 11630-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Praia do Bonete s/n, Ilhabela.
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        Travel Blogs from Ilhabela


        A travel blog entry by elisha.calle85 on Jan 27, 2015

        ... and hungry. I had no idea where I was and asked a couple of local girls where this particular place was. There was no record of address on Google maps. I was dropped off along the beach. I walked into a hotel and asked for directions. I felt like I was walking for a long time. After walking past the street several times where my host was living. I finally found the place after accessing wifi and saw messages from Cintia. It was 10.30 ...

        Sao Sebastiao

        A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jan 08, 2015

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        ... across was free and regular, and a bus was waiting heading to Vila, the old town. Not much of it's character left and I’m sure the cruiseship customers didn’t help, but headed north along the beaches for a couple of places I’d seen on the net in Santa Teresa – great location right on a nice unspoilt beach, but the water still a bit cloudy & weedy for my tastes – one 350 (nearly £100) & ...

        Sao Sebastiao

        A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Jan 07, 2015

        ... 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 ...

        Family Reunion with Brazilian Traditions

        A travel blog entry by want9814 on Dec 27, 2014

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        ... bustle of a mall? We also had to buy white clothing because here in Brazil everyone wears white, and as travelers white is the last color we would have in our backpacks. After we rounded up our things we were able to enjoy a Christmas gift of getting to spend Christmas Eve in a Hilton. Nothing beats room service and a complementary bottle of champagne for Christmas Eve dinner. We decorated the hotel room with lights and a garland Christmas tree and put ...

        Not your average weekend.

        A travel blog entry by selleneclark on Nov 25, 2014

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        ... 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 ...