Agua Viva Pousada
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... in the warm evening air to explore Paraty by night and find us some food... As well as some Caipirinhas, of course! We shared a huge meal of chicken, rice, chips, beans, salad, which we couldn't even finish (they don't hold back out here!) at a local restaurant in the 'Historic Quarter' upon Denese's recommendation and a few beers, all costing us only about £10! Bargain. We then walked a little further to Praça da Matriz, where Denese had explained were lots of bars all in ...
... with samples of the many different varieties
that are made. All of the waterfalls had
pools that you could swim in and the last two had fantastic, huge, flat rocks
that you could slide down into the pools below.
We watched at the first one, mesmerized, as several young men came
flying down the flat rocks, one accompanied by his dog, no less, and, at the second one, Bill couldn’t stand ...
... history combined with nearby forests, waterfalls and a clear emerald-green sea. Paraty Bay is lined with over 65 tropical islands and dozens of beaches.
During our stay we joined a two hour historical walking tour, took another boat tour visiting several beaches, and did a Jeep tour of a couple of waterfalls getting to observe some local flora and fauna. Only a few days is required to enjoy this well preserved ...
... to belt him. Love and hate is a tight balance for some. We talk to Brazilians that walk by, again they talk to the Flamengo jersey, I love this shirt. I try to get the Flamengo song out of them. Steve tries to tell one of them he just refered to his girlfriend as a 'him' - 'taking the **** 24/7' (earlier quote from Steve describing his personality). 'What's wrong with me? Why do I hate nice people?', you're alright Steve! You're alright! So while Steve openly disdains Frankie ...
Paolo, Simone and I all jumped in. The water was deliciously tepid! The waves gently rolled and crushed; not a rip! Couldn't have been a more ideal place to learn surfing!
While swimming, diving under as well as flowing with the surf waves, the vista of mountains and the stretch of beach was just breathtaking! And I breathed in as deep as I can while praying to the gods of the ocean to bless me. I love this place!
We moved on. Guide once ...