Pousada Ponta do Pequeah
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... br> Had been such beautiful views last night descending from them there hills onto the string of coastal villages with the lights of the island behind and then a big yellow squashed moon rising over it all – went to the prom about 9pm to see if I could see it – too early and bad angle too as not a glimmer, but a lovely balmy breeze. The 3 mile pier with it’s container ships rather ruins the view from the town ...
... washed out by recent landslides due to heavy rain, so there was a major detour inland and steeply uphill to a crossroads from where we could turn back to the coast and approach Sao S from the other direction – 2 hours & a change of bus later I arrived! At 10.40pm it is not a good time to shop for a hotel and having eventually got decent directions, I had to refuse help from a dodgy local then wait for him to disappear from sight, before heading on - the directees ...
... 8211; let me tell you! You end up in some very bizarre positions... I won’t even START about carrying a trekking pack on burnt shoulders...Not. Fun.) I did also make a very dumb mistake which ended with me shamefacedly asking the guy on reception to saw through my padlock to get into my locker... Let me explain a few things. Firstly, I was using a combination lock which I had set the code for. Secondly, this code can be changed by pulling ...
... 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!
... and ball on the beach....... awesome fun, although we learned playing Brazilian beach games next to Brazilians is a bad idea if you want to impress.
A much more relaxed night at Conveis - just Mikey, Anna, Helena and myself left, and a crazy electric storm to keep us company.
Traveller tip of the day: When you get sunstroke, best to stay near a toilet.