Pousada Agua Viva
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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I took an Easy Transfer van from Rio to the island of Ilha Grande which took about 4 hours, 1 hour of which seemed to be doing pointless laps of Rio but it gave me a chance to get to know the people on board. There were 4 guys ((US, Oz, UK) who have cemented their friendship after 13 days of happy hour in Books Hostel in Lapa. There were also two French girls Manon and Gaelle who were holidaying from French New Guinea where they worked in a hospital. Needless to say I ...
... than 10 houses scattered between the trees. The couple from the pousada met us off the boat and directed us the short walk through the jungle to the posada where we would be staying for 2 nights.
It was a beautiful place high up in the trees, where racoon-like animals and different monkeys made frequent visits to eat the fresh fruit left out for them. Our room was peacefully tucked away with a terrace and a perfect view of the sea. Ideally we ...
... You can tell they do that every year.
Tonight is my last night in Rio, and tomorrow I’m heading out to Salvador at mid-day. I haven’t seen Janine, the owner of my apartment, for a couple of days now, which is a bit strange. She’s changed the wifi password a couple of times in the last couple of days, and she hasn’t let me know. So I’ve just woken up and the internet isn’t working. So for me ...
... led me to believe there would be crowds in the street partying, music playing etc. We stumbled on some prostitutes drumming up business on a main road and a bar whose owner desperately wanted to close but still served us beer :-). If it wasn't for the vibrant Brazilian man/woman (the jury is still out on that one) who chatted with us trying to sell their wares I wouldn't have known we had left the UK. With only 2 days to see the sights we decided to book a ...
... classic. Later on in the evening we ventured to the Maracanã to watch Botafogo vs Gremio. With 12,000 fans in attendance the place was rocking... Kind off. Botafogo lost by 2 goals but all in all a really good experience and for £3.81 for a ticket, a bargain. Tomorrow we set off towards the north coast to do some lime tree farming! We can't guarantee wifi but we'll post again as soon as we can! Love Jessie and ...