Pousada Santa Martha das Pedras

Address: Rua C 223, Ubatuba, State of Sao Paulo, 11680-000, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rua C 223, Ubatuba, is near Ilha Anchieta.
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      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jul 23, 2014

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      Sunday 19 July: we arrived at the respectable hour of 14:00 to Praia do Jabaquara to our campsite which is directly across the road from a beautiful beach. I got my tent pitched and lazed away the rest of the day going to the supermarket, to the ATM, and having a couple of Cuba libres on the beach before dinner. Monday 20 July: what a tough way to start the day- I made myself a coffee and then walked across the road to drink it sitting on the beach. Brazil is blessed ...

      Cobbles, boats, bikes and waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by caroline_harris on Jan 16, 2014

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      ... some more Havianas before I leave Brazil, they are practically free... About £5 for plain ones and about £10 for fancy vagazzled ones. Yesterday we went on a great boat tour. The beaches and islands are so pretty. The sea used to be blue, but an algae now in the sea has turned it to green. Some of the islands are private and owned by rich Brazilian business men. One is owned by someone who has something to do with King Kong (oh yes, I was listening to the ...

      Paraty and Tridade

      A travel blog entry by milray on Oct 14, 2013

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      ... forecast didn't look superb, although the locals persistent belief it would get sunny gave us some hope. We bought some fresh fish from one of the many family run mongers. In pidgeon Portuguese we had them slice a whole 'Olhumo' (translation yet to be found). With the whole fish, head, tail, bones and blood we ran to our cosy pousada to cook ourselves a treat. A pousada is closely related to the British B'n'B. It's just a bit ...

      The Infamous Capriahna Boat Incident

      A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Apr 23, 2013

      ... onto the side of the boulder and scramble up, and falling backwards entailed broken bones. With a bit of help from the captain, we were all able to make it up safely. 2) The jump had a sloped launch and required you to leap out two or three meters to avoid the rocks below. One chap from England lost his nerve at the last second and had to scramble to avoid falling straight onto the rocks. Luckily his feet gripped and he lived to try the jump again. At this point I ...

      Paraty- Island Hopping

      A travel blog entry by travellerlp on Dec 04, 2012

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      ... the morning, Liz and I were escorted to the pier where we would board the boat that would take us to several different islands. As we glide around the islands, we stop to snorkel, swim to shore, have lunch on the boat and slowly make our way back to the mainland. What a great place to really discover another side of Brazilian beach life.

      The next day we woke early in an effort ...