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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... sun. Everyone was looking sun blessed by the time we returned back to the harbour.
Back on shore we had another quick wander through town before going back to camp. On our official final night together we dined at a great Thai restaurant as a refreshing storm came through.
Once back to camp we decided to go for one last swim at the beach across the road as it had become very sticky again before settling down for our final night in our tent; ...
... like our ability to speak Portuguese. We traveled up into the hills, and then parked up and walked along a trodden path through the forest to a river. Now, since being in Brazil, it has come very apparent that everyone hangs out in flip flops, which makes sense as it's hot, but they do EVERYTHING in flip flops, go to the shops, go to work, climb up a mountain- honestly, to us it's very bizarre and almost applaudable, I think the trick is gripping with your toes. ...
... on around Brazil at the moment when they marched past our hostel. Thankfully it hadn't got out of hand yet, but if the news is anything to go by it certainly did later on.
The only thing either of us wanted to see in Sao Paolo is the football museum, so we headed off to that today, which was really good. Even for a non-fan like me it was interesting. And, for a reason still unknown to us, we got in for free. Happy days. There was also ...
... to stroll to Lopes Mendes. We would have been happy to stay at the tiny arrival beach, at least until we heard that we weren't the only ones who would be there. Apparently it's home to quite a few crocodiles. I bravely and manfully sprinted away from the beach and off up the trail to Lopes Mendes, leaving Hannah to catch up.
The '10-minute walk' we were told about turned out to be a path through the jungle and over the island, ...
... not disappointed. We managed - as usual - to leave the larger portions of our luggage at a hostel in a town called Parati (‘parachee’), take a tent and enough provisions to stay alive a few days, and go find a beach to sleep on. We followed Natalia’s directions and found a sandy patch of paradise that was only reachable via a twenty minute hike of slippery downhill treading through thick, humid jungle (after having disembarked from the bus a few miles from ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking