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Travel Blogs from Paraty
Walking is not easy,the cobbles are large and crooked as if they were laid in haste,a hazard for weak ankles .As a result we all walk with our heads down ,stop look around and shuffle on again.Cats and dogs curl up in blissful sleep in warm shady corners.In every doorway an array of artisan shops spill their wares out tastefully on the pavements.There is no tack here ,this is strictly upmarket handi crafts and water colour prints for the well heeled and ...
Started sunny and warm but then ran into low cloud as we descended the coastal range and through the Mata Atlantica (coastal rainforest) to the resort of Caraguatatuba where we had a salad lunch besides the beach. This was 2.5 hours south of Paraty.
First time on journey that the weather had been unkind because we needed the sun to enjoy the coastal ...
... later we decided that it wasn't looking so promising and decided to pull the plug to make it to the beach for a couple hours. However, on our way down the mountain the car decided to break down, leaving us stranded. When we finally made it to the bottom we saw a couple guys that we had been talking to at the top and they had just landed. Terrible luck to say the least!
After our lengthy day, ...
... Ireland. Lots of English being spoken so it was a nice break
after the past few days of just my thoughts to entertain me. And I am
not all that interesting, believe me. It was coming up on 9pm before I
remembered that I hadn’t eaten since the roll of cookies on my way to
Ubatuba. I wasn’t starving or anything but I didn’t want to wake up in
the middle if the night with no food at ...
... song, a truck with some speakers on it blaring the voices of a couple of marchers singing into microphones, a dozen or more papermache characters being carried around by people and at least 50 random people, most of them dressed up in some way (I have never seen so many men dressed as women before!!) dancing and marching around the town in any which way.
The next day we caught a bus to Angra Dos Reis, followed by a ferry to Ilha Grande.