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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... way cooler. So we had a brief look before hiking back up the mountain edge and took a spot on the top to watch the sunset. Leesh managed to get her foot stung by a plant so we tried getting all the barbs out before walking back into town. We got back into town around 1800 and just hung out in our life unit listening to music and sinking a few cold rum and cokes. We cooked up dinner around 1930 before relaxing a bit more before slowly heading off to bed fairly ...
In my last post, I was heading to Salvador but I changed my mind last minute and headed to ilha grande and paraty, whilst it's still really hot! I've only been away for a week or so, and I'm seriously the most indecisive person! I've got absolutely no concrete plan and just going with flow, which is sooo unlike me! People here I've met think I'm like a free spirit taking each day as it comes. If only ...
... After a hour or so I went to the beach with Lars where we went swimming. The Beach is beautiful though with nice blue and clear water with really white sand. They have a huge dune where huge groups of tourist wander to see the sunset. I have never been there for sunset but I have been told that there are even some people who start clapping, like “yeah, well done, sun. You did a really great job today setting down.” I am glad not to have witness that scenario ...
So ater the madness of Rio Iīve headed to Ilha Grande, a small island off the coast of Brazil for a bit of sun and relaxation. We had to get a bus from Rio to a place called Angra, after finding out that the next ferry to the island wasnīt for anoher 2 hours we managed to get a fisherman to take us there instead.
The island itself is amazing, there is no motorised land transport here so itīs either walk everywhere or get a boat. I did ...
... sipped straight from the coconut of course!
As dusk falls and people start coming down from the dune, cocktail carts set up near the beach selling every kind of fresh fruit cocktail imaginable for $4 reals. A capoeira circle is started by a handful of traditional musicians, and then shirtless toned brown boys begin their slow break dancing. The circle grows, everyone joins in the slow clapping, watching the amazing acrobatics. ...