Camping e Pousada Acorde
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Transfer boat back to the mainland to bus it to Paraty, we took a walk to the ruins of the a Lazarote prison (only closed in early 90's) (Ihla Grande used to also be a leper colony), had a swim and met Martin and Fliss from London who were also leaving for Paraty that day. They had left their jobs as a teacher and social worker to travel in South America for a year. Ilha Grande felt like a honeymoon with myself! There are no cars on the island, the 'streets' are dirt tracks, ...
... we do have pretty high standards now. However we were happy to find that it was actually quite an alright place to snorkel, we saw so many trumpet fish, and along with many other schools of fish, we were impressed.
After snorkelling we headed back to the pousada, the boat raced over the waves and I closed my eyes, felt the heat of the sun on my face and tried to take in every second of it to remember when I'm back in col, rainy Manchester!
... white sand. It is also quite wide and is untouched; there are no buildings, shops or bathrooms here. There were quite a few boogie boarders and surfers catching some of the 6-8 foot waves on the water. Before eating our packed lunch, Bre and I ran to the water to try and cool off from our hike. As Bre was running on front of me, I kept hearing what sounded like a high pitched bark coming from behind. Looking behind me, I expected to see a small ...
... we ate breakfast and prepared for a trek across the island to find a secret beach called Lopez Mendes. The trek was lovely, but exhausted and with a bad belly all I wanted to do was lay on the beach. We did reach the first beach, and me and Nadia decided to set up coop here and chill for the rest of the day while the others carried on. It was the best decision, it was beautiful, and we were the only ones on the beach for the whole day. I've ...
... big rocks that you can almost slide off into the pools and see right to the bottom. Adam did go into the waterfall and the expression on his face as the cool water hits him is priceless. We did a boat trip while we were there and got to snorkel in Lagoa Azul which is a lagoon protected from the sea currents by another island. Yellow and black striped fish along with some silver and black fish were nibbling away at our toes. Possibly if they had less boats booming ...