Pousada Paraty Quinta da Floresta
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Ca y est on est a Paraty, nous sommes arrives vers 22h il
faisait tout noir et on n’avait pas note l’adresse de notre auberge alors nous
avons du aller dans un internet café puis essayer de trouver notre route vers l’auberge
dans ces rues sombres et cabossees de Paraty. Nous la trouverons, et devinez
quoi ? Izzy est dans notre chambre ! c’etait
pas prevu !
Paraty est un village qui est reste ...
... as when they crossed back into Brazil from Paraguay there was no-one there, so no passport stamp. When they went to the next town to get this fixed, they were given 72 hours to leave the country, great help. So rather than joining us at Paraty they went to BA, and will join up in Rio.
As has become the norm, there were party games. However we stacked the games so Mel lost every round and had to drink loads. The picture tell the story. Needless to say the rest ...
... up the rest of the available aisle. Who all stand on the bus as it winds its way along the coast road – it has to wind its way along as the road is particularly windy, and also goes through a dozen or so communities that have to apparently be wound through.
Anyhoo, Paraty turns out to be really nice – old colonial architecture is found in the old town part, which is nice to just stroll around, although ...
... to have a run but not on the cobblestone roads which were everywhere!!! i found the one main road that came into down that was somewhat paved and chose that path... about 2 minutes into the run a friend joins me who was this stray black dog i was at first scared of when he started following me... then realised all the lil guy wanted was a run too. he came with for about 20 min, pretty good and i loved it! then i had some ...
... be in a beautiful place.
The day we arrived in Ilha Grande was absolutely perfect and it was such a shame to travel on such a flawless day. We had booked into a recommended Pousada up on the hill behind the town but while walking there we spotted the most beautiful Pousada right on the beach. Midge said it couldn’t hurt to ask what their rates were. It turned out that this Pousada was a lot cheaper than the other accommodation and was so much nicer ...
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