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A beach paradise located in between the two metropolises of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Paraty is a worthwhile destination no matter what your travel style is. Paraty was first settled by the Portuguese in 1667. Its old churches, cobbled streets and nearby forests, waterfalls, islands and emerald-green sea attract lots of tourists interested …
... I don't spend much money I am quite particular. In the mean time I've borrowed a spare pair James bought a couple of days ago. They are the same shape and style as Mama's so I look really ridiculous. On the plus side they were slightly cheaper at about £2.50. Ed, Sam, Rach, Viv, James, Lucy & I caught what we thought was a 20minute bus to a nearby beach in Trinidade was more like 50. After a spate of ...
Escaping the rains of Rio we headed south to Paraty, a small colonial town on the coast. And after a bumpy old over night bus journey we arrived, to our great disappointment, to a rainy Paraty and so it was time to reveal the outrageously florescent rain-covers and trundle on to find our next home for the night. It is at these points that the Lonely Planet really comes into it's own; stepping up to recommend the perfect spot for some tasty grub. ...
... package (all food is included for 2 days - no cooking - yippee) we went on a safari drive though the Pantanal wetlands. Later that evening we took a night safari. It was mighty difficult not to compare the African safaris with those here. Most people fell asleep but were awoken to the sight of the endangered Giant Anteater. A strange looking fellow with a long snout for digging in termite mounds and Labrador-like tale for hiding during the day. 5-6 thousand jaguars are ...
... and the sea helped though.
All of the gringos from the island quickly formed a posse, and set out back to the island in time for the second half of the Champions League Final! Many beers later (Brazilian beer is fantastic), we sauntered back along the star-lit beach and climbed into bed, thoroughly content.
An even-more relaxed second beach day later, we picked up an açai in town before dinner. Açai is a ...