Pousada do Corsario
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... was nice to once again feel the saltiness of sea water.
Upon arrival back on land, to much delight, was the return of the yellow truck. There was a challenge of beer (and other beverages) pong, orange truck vs yellow, and Oz vs the world. We were defeated in both occurances, but who weeps for that; the purpose of beer pong is hardly to win. Soon the raindrops started falling, and what better idea then, than to get in the ocean waves?
The next morning was ...
... thick cloud and we wonder whether it ever will. It's not cold, but sun would be great right now.
We disembark on the beach and walk to the other side of the beach to relax, play a bit of frisbee and go for a swim. We are then led through the forest towards another beach where our boat is waiting for us and on the way pass the Freguesia de Santana church, Ilha Grande's most religious monument built in 1843.
We then head to the Blue Lagoon, famous for ...
... the Jaguar but can run very quick and also swim under water across a whole river), Caymon (type of alligator). Next morning (Cath still not well), off to see the Piranha at a lake. Funny to see them gobble up soda crackers. One of our group stumbled into Army ants. She was up very quick with no injuries luckily. Cath has recovered enough to join us for a bit of Macau spotting. Unfortunately they were off in the distance so we only got a glimpse in one of ...
... The streets were very cute and cobbled (making them a little dangerous) interspersed with the occasional droppings. We arrived at the pier practically right on time. I was dripping sweat profusely. When we got on board, I got ****** with Ash and Rach. I felt hurt and sick of being left out by them. The boat took off and I headed down to the deck below choosing not to be in there company. I sat below on the deck fuming. I was really ****** off. Trying to ...
... and eateries (we got icecream, woohoo!), and a great little beach - in my opinion the nicest we had seen yet in Brazil (including Copacabana, Ipanema and Lopes Mendes). The water was crystal clear and lovely warm, we swam in it for much of the day.
After catching the bus back to Paraty, Casey and I cooked dinner and met some Australians at the dinner table, Leah and Hannah - as it turns out not only do they live near us but we have close mutual friends! Small world...