Pousada Ponta do Pequeah

Address: Av. Pedro de Paula Moraes, 942 , Ilhabela, State of Sao Paulo, CEP 11.630, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Av. Pedro de Paula Moraes, 942 , Ilhabela.
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      Travel Blogs from Ilhabela

      Old Friends

      A travel blog entry by funlou22 on Jun 25, 2014

      33 photos

      ... we made sure we caught the Brazil Chilli match in the local bar!! It was great to see everyone in their yellow and green colours, along with their kids, grandparents and dogs!

      During the five days we visited some amazing beaches, did a spot of surfing, ate like royalty and generally spoilt rotten.

      Sam and Renato love to travel so decided to join us on our next stop in Paraty!

      Can you get too much sun?

      A travel blog entry by jamesbalfour on Mar 06, 2014

      7 photos

      Day 15: Maranduba

      After a day away, it was nice to get back to normality and head to Pulso beach for one last chilled day - by car this time, the kayak was left at home.

      We were one man down, as Mikey had a spot of sunstroke, 6 days on the beers, as well as being up at 6am with Helena had taken its toll!

      Activity for the day was Fresco ball, ...

      What do you do when you see a snake, take two?

      A travel blog entry by jamesbalfour on Mar 05, 2014

      6 photos

      ... box filled with food and beer, perfect timing!

      The trek back was more entertaining after a few Caipirinhas and cans of laughing twig. I was following Mikey and suddenly the branch he nearly stood on reared up hissing. Less said about the sound I made the better........

      Is kayaking difficult?

      A travel blog entry by jamesbalfour on Mar 04, 2014

      4 photos

      ... kayak and a 4 year old over board. After a dramatic rescue attempt and a few tears we were back en route - and a lot of relief when we got to the beach! The kids decided to let us take the kayaks back solo.......

      Travel tip of the day: Learn how to ride / drive a kayak before transporting young children on it.



      A travel blog entry by ewtodd on Mar 03, 2014

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... to run the generators in the dry season but this proved to costly to operate and they abandoned the generating electricity about 10 years ago.

      On to the "beach", however all the sand was covered with hundreds of umbrellas with tables, around which people were eating and having a great deal of fun and enjoyment. Since it was carnivale time all the 80 or so beaches around the island were packed.