Pousada Porto Imperial
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the beach and then went to bed.
The following morning, well rested, we woke up before the alarm went off. We headed down for breakfast which was served on the beach. It was fantastic, sand between the toes, the view of the tranquil bay, dogs playing on the beach and the constant sound of crashing waves, we ...
... day but there was shade from the trees. However it was so humid and God did we sweat. It was a good walk though and we had to go through jungly parts and along a few beaches. We could hear the howler monkeys in the trees. They make so much noise, they sound like the dinosaurs in The Natural History Museum. We finally got there about 2 hours later. The beach was just as beautiful as I had hoped. It is a long stretch of white sand and beautiful crystal clear waters. It was popular ...
... We didn't do much sailing, it was more about socialising.Despite free flowing drinks, we managed to keep ourselves reasonably nice, enjoyed the day, made some friends and helped cooked dinner without injury! We spent our last day in Paraty wandering the streets, taking photos and well, taking photos! History oozes from the streets and we both think that Paraty is by far one of the most historically beautiful cities we have ever visited. There is a small cobbled stone ...
... is a protected area, with most of its territory included in Ilha Grande State Park, and the rest subject to stringent development restrictions. There is no cars or roads on the island which features over 150 km of hiking trails connecting the handful of coastal villages which can only be reached by boat. The island is experiencing an increasing flow of international eco tourism, with many companies offering sight-seeing trips to the various beaches, trails and ...
... the creek to a natural rock slide. No one was working at the park that day, because of the Brazil game. This was good, as we didn't have to pay entry. And it made it more challenging, working out where to jump from and what parts of the rocks were safe to slide down. Rimba bolted down the slide, without even checking the other side of the drop. Hilarious, and luckily picked a decent route. The water was quite fresh, and we moved on, to look for ...