Pousada Villa Marraro
Travel Blogs from Morro de Sao Paulo
... most people leave the beach between 4 and 5. We had another relaxed evening as the hostel was very quiet and there didnt seem to be much going on. Wednesday morning saw us up early and ready for our round the island boat trip that we had booked the day before. At 9am we reported to the company office and were taken down to the port where the group of people going were split into different boats. We were on a small speed boat with 8 other passengers. We quickly realised that ...
... cane juice before we returned back home to Ana and Zico.
When the sun set we went for, what was described as, a big sandwich. They werent kidding o.O
The finale was a drive up to the Oscar Niemeyer Lookout point over the Bay of Saint Vincent from the top of the hill on Porchat Island. Even though it was dark it was still beautiful
Afgter a long day and a long night, we headed to bed, next morning it was back to Sao Paulo!
... described in our last blog from Salvador, we were forced to forgo Rio de Janeiro. We were a bit upset at the time, but had to consol ourselves with the fact we would have more time in Bahia instead. This island was essentially our ‘add-on’, to make up for the fact we weren’t able to go to Rio anymore. It didn’t disappoint. We discovered during our time here, that this is THE place that people that live in Rio de Janeiro come for their holidays – I think ...
... than having the constant reminders that there would be daily at home. I think about her every day though, in everything I do and everywhere I go and every day since that day in Iracambi I have found myself welling up and missing her unbearably, especially when a view is beautiful like this because it is what she loved so much and would have loved to have seen herself so much, or at the very least live it through me as I share my stories ...
... 1 was too far away, Beach 2 was a bit busy, Beach 3 was too close, so we decided to walk up to Beach 4 which was completely deserted and looked perfect!
It was REALLY ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet