Agua Viva Pousada
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... of the area. Then we started the walking tour with the ship provided umbrellas. The streets started flowing with the rain water. We picked our way among the stones that make up the streets. Even with the umbrella we still got wet. But like I said, the town really is charming. It's become an artist colony and they have events all the time for the artists, musicians, etc. This draws tourists of course. Most visitors are from Europe and Brazil of course. Very ...
... 5 mins a friendly family offered me a ride back
to Paraty. They spoke a little English and were happy to belt out some Pink
Floyd during the high velocity trip back around some dangerous curves – they
were all, of course, unbelted!
After lunch, headed north again, this time on foot to check
out the beaches close to town – very underwhelming, as was the fort on the
headland that separates Pontal from Jabaquara.
... it looked dark, cramped and questionable but we were only here 3 nights and we both can cope with hostels (even though this was supposedly a hotel). Our brave face slipped as we explored the room. We discovered: 1. The toilet did not flush and the loo could only be cleared by using the bathroom bin to throw shower water down. 2. The shower itself had one tap- a cold one. 3.The water pressure was next to nil meaning that showering and now toilet flusing was ...
... stressed, I'm buying more weed'. He said. 'Come with us man and relax we'll go to the beach and chill out.' I tried to convince him. I urged him to come. He hesitated but was set on going off with the stranger. 'We'll come with you then' I say. 'Like **** we will' says Steve. So there's a question. What became of poor, naive, Norwegian Francesco? I've heard the locals are too scared to harm tourists in the lead up to the World Cup. It won't stop them from trying to rip you off though I ...
... the Brazil luck was on our side and we of course decided to come back later that evening. Thank goodness we were on the ball with paying our debts!
The evening with Yara and Richard Roberts was absolutely lovely. It was a great evening of food, drinks, and learning about some of the different regions of Brazil as well as using food to gain a historical perspective on the country. I am so glad that we were recommended this as it was a very ...