Agua Viva Pousada
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... needed at least one more for the boat trip to be confirmed.
I came back to the hotel, relaxed here for a little bit, and went and relaxed on Jabaquara beach for a bit. I found out that there was another hostel in a different part of town that also ran a dive day, so I walked over there to see if I could join them for tomorrow. It turned out that this hostel just went through Adrenalina, so that was a wasted walk. It was okay though, it was a nice night ...
... However one of the other
guests was very ill and visited a clinic at the airport and was supposed to be released
at 9 so we had to wait for this. Then we were told our bus had broken down only
45 minutes away and now wouldn’t be coming at all. The guest wasn’t released on
time so we didn’t leave the airport until nearly 10. Then lots of people on the
... yet this was the mindset of a man who is totally and utterly selfless. A trait that few people have in this generation. It is this sort of kindness that lead him to sell his camera in order for a whole community to be fed. He said "it is worth it just to see a smile on an old lady's face that probably hasn't smiled in years." This made me think about all the possessions that I have, how I could probably feed a small town in Bolivia or half a favela. What ...
... I saw my van transfer friend sitting on the beach! Apparently the second stop was the large pier I was walking to. We ended up walking back to town, grabbing dinner on the beach by umbrella light, and then drinking cachaca on the beach under a full moon. It was easily the best meal I've had in Brazil, fish and banana, a surprisingly complimentary dish!
The next day she left in the morning to catch her transfer to the other side of the ...
... sausage is our favorite :) the day after we decide to rent a car and drive to Paraty, a village up the coast towards rio. It is a very old colonial city with a very gezellig(cosy) city centre. Our hostel is one of the best we have stayed at so far and the beach athmosphere makes it a great place to stay. We go on a boat tour to discover some deserted beaches and islands, it is amazingly beautiful! We swim and snorkel a lot ...