Paraty Bed & Breakfast
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... and site of torture for political prisoners under the dictatorship inthe 60s and 70s, and then a maximum security prison for Brazilīs hardest crrims until the mid 90s. Hopefully now that itīs got this far without being spoiled it will stay being looked after pretty well, because it is a really special place. We couldnīt recommend it enough. Just donīt everybody go there at the same time!
At nights nothing really happens in Paraty so we decided to
make a nice dinner and get ready some sandwiches for the bus ride to Sao
Paulo the next day.
First we forget the sandwiches, then take the bus and we
decided to stay only one night in Sao Paulo as it is just a new city with big
building (like at home) nothing special but the night life. So we thought, yes,
we gonna have a fun night out lets do a pub crawl ! we take the metro ...
... sense it and do something crazy. I became a little comfortable after 10 mins and started to relax. We were going at a slow pace at first but started to pick up speed as we started to go along. We rode along the countryside and it was absolutely beautiful and quiet. We had to go down a hill and it was a little steep and narrow and I could see myself falling but my horse was really good and managed to do it with little direction from me. We arrive at this ...
... more in need of the seat than him so all good there.
We arrived into Paraty and walked 5 mins to our next hotel (probably the best so far on the trip). After dumping our stuff in our rooms and dropping some washing off at the cleaners, Alberto took us on a tour of the old village. A section of Paraty completely closed off to all cars. mopeds, etc to preserve the ancient cobbles and buildings that make up this little maze. However, in the last 200 ...