Pousada Villa Marraro
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Morro around 2pm and had to walk up a very steep hill from the "port" (which is really just one pier) and then back down a little way to our hostel which is thankfully quite close to the main square and the port. There are no cars on Morro and it takes a while to get used to the quiet that that brings and the more relaxed way of life (though, this island is now very touristy so it is a little pricey but it is still a very nice place). We checked in to our hostel but had to go ...
I don't know if anyone is going to understand me, but for the first time in 3 months, I actually feel like we are on holiday. I woke up this morning with the 'I’m at Whanga on holiday’ feeling. I haven’t had that feeling for 10+ years, but Mum, Nana, Viv and Clare – I think you know what I’m talking about. It was awesome.
I know we are very privileged to be doing what we are doing, but being constantly on the road is quite exhausting, and I ...
... of reasons I am in Brasil, firstly I always wanted to come back after I missed it first time round in South America, secondly I am interested in the vast variety of environments here and how they work to conserve them and obviously work offered to support my research into that further and thirdly, I suppose I am running away. I didn't tell him the last reason, but that is the one that is troubling me... I didn't know that I was escaping ...
... br> The food was great, better value than other places here and the caipirinhas were also very good.
Marcus joined us for a while before being called up again because the guy who played after him was even worse (hard to believe, trust me), so he went back up to absolutely crucify Stairway To Heaven while we finished off and waved goodbye.
It was ...
... available were energy drinks, fruit juice, beers (Skol and Nova Schin), Peach or Lemon Tea, soft drinks, Guarana drinks and of course, water. I was particularly fond of the green coconuts (coco verde), fresh off the tree and hacked open with a hole for the straw, completely re hydrating and full of electrolytes is coconut water. Not just for tourists. There was a no cash policy so you bought some value tickets at the start of the party and traded them for ...