Pousada Porto Imperial
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... culinary delights. Stop offs where they distill the local drink Cachaça and many other delicious liqueurs, sweets, cheese. A foodies haven. Lunch was at one of three waterfalls. Pretty crazy place to have lunch and then watch even crazier people waterslide down part of the waterfall. I'll let the video speak for itself. Day two and the weather turned and by nightfall it was pouring. But I was able to get out during the day and pound ...
... drinks later an it was time to head home.
Getting into port we were met by our guide who informed us that our transfer to
the airport would arrive at half four, it was ten minutes to and we were well
on the way.
Back at the hotel it was a quick shower and rapid pack before loading up the
bus, we also somehow found time to buy more drinks for the journey, throwing
sand in the face of the sensible option of sleeping.
The bus ride itself seemed ...
... I got here. Vivents and Rach are going straight to Florianopolis. We'll see them there after a weekend of partying in the biggest city in South America. It looks like on current plans I should be with the girls until BA in Argentina including Iguacia falls on the border. The evening was spent on a group effort (see:bought James cooked, I cleaned) pasta/sausage/tomato super hostel combo and chilling in the ...
... 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 ...
... It ****** it down. All day. Initially I was grateful for the rain as I'd feared that my whiter than white skin would melt like a nazi drinking from an ill-chosen grail cup (potentially obscure Indiana Jones reference). At the first stop, we grabbed our snorkelling equipment and dove in. Once in the water the rain didn't bother us at all and we set about looking at the varying species of fish. Another tour boat rolled up and a Brit who'd been on the Rio ...