In rua do Comercio 220 you will find ainternet café with aircondition. I dont rememebr so much abt this café, because I did not have time enough to take any pictures of the place and I was really tired when I got there. But it was ok and fast too. No any problems at all.
Angra locals celebrate their own special events:
January 1st:New Year Sea Prossecion:thousands of ornamented boats salute a new year).
January 6:Angra Dos Reis aniversary.
All January:sea festival
March/April:Sao Benedito festival(a celebration to the city's patron saint).
May:The Holy Ghost Festival(a traditional Portuguese festival).
June:June fest(fireworks,tipical clothes,dances,food & drinks).
There are rubbish disposals everywhere,unfortunately,there have hardly been discovered by the Brazilians!!!!!
Everytime I am absolutely shocked and horrified to see how even well educated people of the so called upper classes show complete neglect in environment matters!!!
Not only is all rubbish thrown overboard in the most beautiful bays,but there are bilges pumped,boats cleaned and sewage water from whole towns or villages going straight into the sea!! Monday mornings,during the holiday seasons are the best time to watch this tragedy:watersand beaches are absolutely littered with garbage,however,they
are cleaned up amazingly fast by the armada of men and women employed to clean up this most unnecessary mess!!
Nature though has not forgotten that quickly and e.g. fish life has suffered tremendously!!
I know there are much bigger than this one,ok,Angra is the refuge for the rich boys from Rio when they get tired of shopping and all their hard life..hehe..