Camping e Pousada Acorde
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Travel Blogs from Ilha Grande
... an hour before we had space to spread out and enjoy Ayrton Senna driving (really – there is a road so named!)
The first ¾ hour was a repeat of yesterday but many new vistas of lovely beaches & small ports were rushing by until after 2 hours we arrived at Angra Dos Reis. The fast boat won, but still and hour to wait, so finally extracted some money from the ATM, got a coke ...
... me. But, the noise was actually coming from the sand as we ran; it squeaked! It reminded me of the sound snow makes sometimes except I've never experienced that on sand. We spent about 2 hours lying on the beach with Aisha, Dave, Martina as well as Silje and Egil (who also did the morning hike). We swam in the moderately warm water before taking a short hike (not as easy as described!) back to one of the beaches we had passed to catch a water ...
... 65039; On out taxi boat back home we met a tour guide who we had briefly helped the day before, he recognized us and gave us some tips for the rest of our journey! And let us know about the best party on the island at Aquarium hostel. I still wasn't feeling great but the whole hostel was going and it was my last night here so off we went! We had a lovely BBQ with our new hostel friends and followed the music! On our walk back from the party we were drawn in by another group of ...
... sat for a little bit then headed back to shower and get ready for dinner. Casper was in the room so I invited him to dinner with us and he recommended a restaurant he'd been to for lunch the day before. A lot of the restaurants on Ihla Grande (and I'm sure most of Brazil) have very social menus. Most are priced for 2 persons. Our friendly waiter suggested we try the stew made with shrimps and bananas! After ...
... another group of people from the hostel. We decided to head out into the village to find some nightlife. Each of the hostels in the village takes it in turns to host a party each night. It’s a bit of an unofficial thing mind so we had to hunt for where the party was at. Third time lucky, we found the party which was really fun! Watching the local girls twirk and samba dance was a highlight but they were outdone by the 3 dogs who were dancing with us! Dudes. The next ...