Pousada Laguna Blue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and Tiradentes. Not only was it used to transport gold to Paraty, but it was also used to convey supplies, miners and African slaves by mule train over the mountains to and from the gold mining areas.
The Gold Trail fell into disuse because of attacks on the gold laden ships bound for Rio de Janeiro by pirates who frequented the islands and coves of the Bay of Angra dos Reis. Eventually a safer overland route from Minas Gerais to Rio ...
... nice. After lunch we did some more laying in the sun. Then it was of to our last stop where we all decided go get in the water and rach wanted to go pro us jumping of the boat which didn't go so well because she fell of the boat. TWICE. first time was scary and the 2nd timed we all couldn't stop laughing. Diego our photographer decided he wanted some underwater pics of us - boy did they turn out horrible. I slowly made my way to shore with my noodle ...
... back to the umbrella restaurant on the beach for a second night of delicious food. The next day was spent on a fairly treacherous 2 hour hike to Lopes Mendes beach, the nicest I've been to in Brazil, with my Brazilian friend from the boat tour. After a day of hiking and relaxing on the beach I set out on a nighttime party boat cruise around the island. All in all Ilha Grande was an awesome time and I highly recommend it to anyone traveling to ...
... cars are allowed in the centre - mostly cause its all old stone cobbles - the houses and shops are all really cute and colourful with colonial influences quite like a little English town really! Bumped in to the London people and a couple of others which is funky times and made some cool friends I think! However it's a wash out its rained and rained and rained. The second day we were there we had a boat thing booked and yes the boat was a replicate 'Pirate Ship' and its ...
... about Tango, and the romantic old crooners that sing it. But the classic music of Argentina is a little slow for my taste most of the time. Conversely, Argentineans also seem to be the rockers of South America, with a huge punk culture of pointy hair and nose-pegs, which has - like punk did in England - served as an antithesis of music and culture. We witnessed a lot of this desire for ‘sub-culture’ in Argentina. They did manage to beautifully fuse Tango with ...