Pousada Solar de Loronha
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A 90 minute flight northeast of Recife landed us on an island called Fernando de Noronha. Just like Foz do Iguacu, the pictures really don't do this place justice. It is stunningly beautiful and really untouched. There were times on these gorgeous beaches that we were the only ones there, others where we were one of maybe a dozen or so people. It's a UNESCO designated ...
After renting our buggy, we were given brief instructions (in Portuguese, nonetheless) in how to operate it. I had never driven a manual car before, so naturally I volunteered to be our main driver. Things did not start well, and then they went downhill.
My first task was to back the buggy away from the curb, something made infinitely more challenging by the fact that we couldn't get it ...
... not Azure – not green enough but I think Sapphire pretty much describes it! We have had 5 sea days. Initially we were all a bit apprehensive as to how it would be, and whether it would be too long, but its actually been very relaxing. The weather has ranged from glorious sunshine to bucketing rain, back to sunshine. With the sunshine, out came the people like hermit crabs popping out of their holes on a beach, Looking down at the open pool area on the one ...
... number of visitors per day so accommodation is scarce and this was not helped by the fact we had chosen to come over a public holiday - not the best idea!
Our transfer took us to firs hotel; Hotel Magi, a smaller, privately run B&B. As we approached we became slightly concerned as we passed all of the good looking properties and headed down the track to what looked like the back of beyond. However, it was actually a lovely 3 bed hotel and after ...
... temporary residents on the island, such as diving instructors, restaurant managers/owners, and even the island yoga teacher, most of whom are originally from Sao Paulo (that's why they can speak English!) and now live here to work. All of them say don't want to leave, compared to the hectic and may be stressful life style of a huge city like Sao Paulo, this is a piece of heaven that they don't want to let go. I'm not a Brazilian, yet I also didn't want to let it ...