Agua Viva Pousada
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... Steve sat in the back with the rest of them. They hit it off from the word go... Not one word was said the whole 2hrs. Dead quiet. If there ever was a chance to say something, there it was. The only thing I heard was Shaun spewing at the toilet stop. Arrived at Paraty, road made of big rocks and bricks. I think these people should invest in some lawn mowers cause there's about 10 people whipper snipping this lawn. Che Lagarto hostel. As soon as I walked in our room I noticed ...
... built the town in the image of their mother land, a home far away from home. Solid attached houses stand side by side in ranks,two storeys high.The windows of the top floor have black ornate metal grilled balcony alcoves ornately curved.At the side of every door are black hanging lanterns.The walls are painted in plain colours,some pastel blue,mustard yellow or chalky red.The door frames ,window frames and sills are painted in opposing colors . All the windows ...
... which was made worse by the speed of the driving and also being in the dark. We eventually got into Paraty about 9pm, all feeling a little ropey and exhausted. It wasn't a road or journey you could sleep through.
Hotel is quite sweet, but with a brown toilet and sink which is a tad off putting!! We are fairly central and within easy distance of the old town. So far it is a very picturesque place and looks ...
... menu list or the pack of
flea bitten stray dogs putting their noses into everything. Instead I
had a couple of big beers and got to chatting to an outgoing but rather
intense guy named Ian from Essex England. Mostly we talked about places
he’s been in the US. He liked Seattle, by the way. He is traveling with a
couple of girls from his work but they were getting chatted up by some
Green hills, Incredible beaches, lush jungle and trails, ruins, waterfalls and surf. Some of the many things that make this island a fantastic place. If it wasnt for the girls kindly inviting me here i doubt i would have made it here at all. After a three hour bus ride and ferry boat we finally made it to the island. After checking into our hostel īstudio 99` we quickly dropped our bags in the dorm and headed straight to the beach to enjoy the evening ...