- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... cooked at home (you have no idea how good this is!), read books while swinging gently in hammocks in the cooling afternoon breeze in our courtyard, drank draft beer at a cute bar decorated in Art Deco style and craft beer at a local microbrewery overlooking the canal.
On our walks along beaches and on jungle forest paths we delighted in the wildlife, spotting hummingbirds, vividly coloured finches and other birds ...
Another gorgeous sunny clear morning and no rain forecast –
wanted to make an early start so staked a claim on a small table in the pousada
ready for the 8.30am breakfast, a really late start.
Got the 9.20 bus for the northern beaches & the one the
lady in the tourist office recommended San Goncalinho, – the map had no scale
so was actually quite a distance on windy roads through the Mata ...
... after a good night's rest the same group of us set off this morning and actually found the hat shop. It was an absolutely joyful moment and we felt elated- I imagine how Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing felt when they summited Everest. I bought a lovely lilac number with a bow (agreed by the group to be the most English hat in the shop) and Nicole treated herself to a hat too. Everyone else enjoyed the timber boats and paddles from ...
Usual not understanding the lingo bus journey then a ferry which we made by the skin of our teeth and arrived at illah grande. This place is gorge. We have a hostel out back in the forest with ponds, bridges and of course hammocks were having some down time here. Second day we walked to mended lopez beach - apparently the most beautiful in Brazil. I said to Jt nothing beautiful is easy to get ...
This is where the people of Rio go to get away from the city when it all gets a bit much. 2 hours drive and an hour on the ferry from Rio we found ourselves on the "big island". The vast majority of this island is a protected nature reserve so only a small area is built up. This was perfect for us looking for some rest after a hectic 8 days in Rio. The little beach side restaurants kept us happily full ...