Pousada Laguna Blue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to really, really rain. This was a proper tropical storm. We decided to wait it out and went for some lunch at a small cafe on the beach. The food was really tasty, and it played some pretty cool music too. The rain stopped so we made a dash to get home. Less than 5 minutes into our 30 minute walk the heavens opened again. We got absolutely soaked! We made sure we gave the rest of our tour group who decided to stay in today a hug! After a very satisfying shower we went with the ...
Today I woke up excited because the hostel provides breakfast! And feeling like I hadn't had a proper breakfast in a while this was exciting. I packed my day pack and then went upstairs for breakfast. A spread of yoghurt, sweet bread, cereal, juice, cake, pastries, papaya, mango, watermelon, bread, ham and cheese. I ate till my stomach hurt. After breakfast we walked into town to find the Paraty Tours shop. The trip took us longer than it should have due to ...
... it from, and despite the assurance of hostel staff the buses did not run any more frequently than every 2 hours, and by my watch we waited around an hour and 59 mins...the bus then refused to load anyone for around 20 mins, and when it did it was absolutely chockers! But it was worth it - Casey and I had a very relaxing day swimming around the natural pools of the waterfall, and true to the name of the waterfall it was possible to use the waterfall as a massive waterslide! ...
... I have been surprised about is the hills in this area. I knew Rio was situated on hillsides, but hadn't thought abut the surrounding areas. The journey to Paraty gave USA a taste of it, and it goes on.
One of the best bits about the island is the bakery - amazing pastries and savoury croissants, that was breakfast everyday, with either a hot chocolate or mango smoothie. ...
... s exactly what we did.. we spent our days getting to know the nearby idyllic beaches, reached along little jungle trails and mostly deserted save for the odd fisherman. It was stunning, with views of misty islands on the horizon and the waves lapping at our feet!
Evenings on Ilha Grande were spent sampling one of the many lantern lit restuarants on the beach, with our toes in the sand, sampling the local fish stew and sipping caipirinhas in the cute ...