Pousada Porto De Cima
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... got there after a long walk, they made their way out to the deepest pool they could find (being about chest high at best!). Within only 2 hours burning in the midday sun they managed to spot 6 or 7 tadpoles and a small crab L. Unimpressed by this, they ventured out into the sea (Matty finding himself stuck in a shark net) where they were then able to witness some large rocks and 3 other disappointed looking tourists. They then walked back to beach #2, stopping in for a ...
... with a Casio keyboard attached to a sound system) and loads of stalls selling fresh fruit caprinhas and cocktails. It was a very funny night, as the evening progressed and with the consumption of more caprinhas, drunk locals and tourists started going mad for the Casio keyboard demo beats and catchy vocals. The dancing was amazing, men and boys lining up in rows doing identical hip grinds and cowboy steps, something only made for 'You Tube'.
Day three. Get ...
... a search for a cheap pousada, and boy were there a lot of pousadas to choose from - unfortunately none that cheap! After a few enquiries in our pigeon Portuguese, we were eventually directed to the cheapest place in town and, although basic, it was perfect for us.
A little later, on a wander to find lunch, we stopped off in a café (mainly because I saw a milkshake sign!) where we were treated to lovely sandwiches. The café also had a ...
... I got bored sunbathing.
This was beach 5...
...and here is beach 6.
There are no motor vehicles allowed on the island of Morro de Sao Paulo, so this ...
... lots of live Dj sets. We had a ball here and you would often find the Israelis and Arnvishna and us dancing till we dropped then lounging and drinking in the deck chairs with the umbrellas for shade. Those two items were our best survival tools. We gave them to the Israelis when we left. The Pirate Stage was the space purely devoted to electronic music- minimal, house, electro-house but more often than not, Progressive Trance which we feel has a funkier, ...