Pousada Riacho dos Cambucas
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... massive start fish and a scorpion fish alongside many more. My first ocean dive was good but didn't feel too different from diving in the lake. Shaun assured me that the more ocean diving we do the more it will blow your mind! I look forward to that.
Our last day on the island was spent trekking to another beach 2 hours away called Dios Rios. This was a much easier walk being mainly on road. The beach was stunning with ************e on it. The sky ...
... It happened a number of times!
Another day, Lyndsay and I went for a hike to Cachoeira do Feiticeira, a waterfall within the rainforest. It was beautiful to see the views and nature. Except for the massive snake that went slithering off when it heard us. It was black with bright green and was biiiiig! We got a taxi boat back to our hostel and got ready for the Samba street party that a local guy told us about after hissing at us - I believe it may the equivalent to a wolf ...
... The Real World. Weird. A couple of people I'm travelling with have read my blog and liked it enough to want the link which is always nice. I have a good writing style apparently. I just say it as I see it methinks, though Ed has commented more than once that in conversation I use unusual/rarely spoken/long words. Fighting the Stupid Welsh stereotype one sentence at a ...
... was amazing and she hasn't disappointed us yet. Sad news came through that my favourite Aunt Edna has just passed away in Wanaka. She was an absolute delight and always nearby in times of family crises. Such a wonderful lady. After the news the others waited for us and then we all headed out to a beach restaurant for dinner and a drink to celebrate Edna. Very touching for me. I also must thank the technology of today where I can keep connected for times like ...
... following a narrow sandy path I suddenly get the tingle of a deja vu. It must have been a time for crazy coincidences because I realized that I had been here before, over 10 years ago. While holidaying with my family in Brazil we had gone on a day trip to an island and despite not remembering its name the image of that beach had stayed with me all those years and I was sure it was the same.
Lopez Mendes certainly does not disappoint. Over 3 kms of beautiful white ...