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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... through the streets and the traditional sugar cane spirit called cachaca in its various forms is available everywhere.
Three significant churches occupy key points in the central area: the church built by and for slaves in 1725; the church for the freed people of mixed race, 1722; the church built in 1800 for the colonial white elite. The churches alone speak volumes about the lives of the various inhabitants of ...
... took a short hike to a less crowded beach. The beach was absolutely gorgeous and the sea was blue. The Brazilian bikinis were out in force- as where the bum cheeks of all the women on the beach. Hayley went straight in the water while I stayed safely dry on the sand- "keeping an eye on the bags". We had lunch in a nearby restaurant before climbing back to the first beach and doing some shopping in the town. Trindade was such a cool place ...
... eyes and her foot on his knee. The waiter's mother was there too. Not as old as Ms.Elizabeth, she was Ms.Camila and the bar was hers. I'm not sure about the boy who beered me or the stray dog that licked the can when I set it on the ground. I left satisfied and went looking for more. I was already in the town centre and a couple of paces from the beach. I spot a black man who earlier said 'Flamengo!' to my Flamengo jersey and gave me a high five which made me feel pretty ...
... to sort before the World Cup and Olympics, as it is very off putting - wood & leaves etc are fine, but plastic and rubbish is not nice. However a few of us got in at every opportunity, despite it being quite cold. The beaches are more like coves and I am sure if the weather was better Ilha Grande would have been a better experience. Photos will hopefully describe the scenery. ...
... song, a truck with some speakers on it blaring the voices of a couple of marchers singing into microphones, a dozen or more papermache characters being carried around by people and at least 50 random people, most of them dressed up in some way (I have never seen so many men dressed as women before!!) dancing and marching around the town in any which way.
The next day we caught a bus to Angra Dos Reis, followed by a ferry to Ilha Grande.