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... things). We were not disappointed. We managed - as usual - to leave the larger portions of our luggage at a hostel in a town called Parati (‘parachee’), take a tent and enough provisions to stay alive a few days, and go find a beach to sleep on. We followed Natalia’s directions and found a sandy patch of paradise that was only reachable via a twenty minute hike of slippery downhill treading through thick, humid jungle (after having disembarked from the bus a ...
... and bought ourselves some lush cinnamon flavoured cachaca, Christmas in a cup!
The girls went out and partied again the next night and Stacy did not even go to bed until 7.30! I had a chilled one, learning Portuguese with Diego, went for a walk on the river, had ice cream and got soaked in the rain! not so different from England really ; )
Another beautiful beach the following day, although we had to walk through a ...
... picnic sandwiches so we were set for a few hours. The beach was pretty nice, especially compared with the beaches in Rio de Janeiro, this one was pretty secluded with not many people, and the sand was actually pretty cool - it was that fine that your feet squeeked every time you walked. Apparently a guy had died on the beach a few days before, so the lifeguards were a bit sketchy and came over to try to tell us where we should be swimming. We did the 2.5 hour trek back to ...
... you’re walking. We took in local sites, the port, the Capela De Santa Rita, the oldest church, and arguably the most iconic, positioned close to the waters edge. We took in the massive Igreja Matriz Nossa Senhora do Remédios and it’s nearby garden square enclosed in vine covered trees. Amongst all the age there’s a flourishing arts scene and we popped into a cacha/arts shop (weird..I know) and bought a boutique caipirhina cocktail (with passionfruit) and had ...
... smaller) boat out to tow us to the first point! At that point they finally fixed the boat and we were away. It was a nice day and a few of the crazy Aussie guys that we meet at Carnaval had made it to Ilha Grande and were on the boat. While I was definitely pacing myself throughout the day once I got talking to a few Irish girls it was another story.
Another day we caught a boat to one of the islands more famous beaches- Lopez Mendes. While a lot ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking