Pousada Paraty Quinta da Floresta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... Once we'd found a hostel, the bunk beds had no ladders but I was happy to find a home as I began to feel like Mary and Joseph looking for an inn. I now fully sympathize with Mary. Unfortunately there was a lot of confusion with the hostel, they began upping prices so we decided to get the midnight bus to São Paulo. We looked at a hostel online and decided it would be our new home. The driving here is a little erratic so I had ...
... group. There - that's my one vent of the trip! Now back to it and the positives!
Over the last 7 days I haven't really written anything about where we have been. This is because it has been about 5 days of 8-12 hour drives. Driving, petrol station toilet stops and campsites on the side of the road. It makes for a boring blog and boring days. That is the reality of driving across a large continent. Finally we arrived at the Pantanal with 2 days of back to back activities ...
A lovely lazy day today, wandering around Paraty admiring
the streets and boats in the harbour, and then an afternoon on the beach. It is
so nice to be in one place, especially as we are in a house, with a bed and
inside shower and everything!
The beaches here are stunning, so Maddie went for
a dip, and we generally chilled ...
... br> Today, Pablo took seven of us up into the mountains in his VW campervan. A rocky river runs through the jungle creating deep pools that you can dive into. Pablo's local knowledge also took us to a spot famously known as a waterfall slide. Over the time the current has smoothened the rocks of this cascade meaning you can get carried down them at speed ...
... waterfall we decided to give that a miss and go sea kayaking instead. We got stuck together in a huge double kayak, which seemed to be thrown off course with the slightest wave, and in a group with 6 guys from an STA tour who seemed to want to turn the trip into a race. Luckily we didn´t get left behind, despite the fact that Nat decided it was more fun to sit back and not paddle while Ben did all the work (sorry Ben). On our ...