Paraty Bay Flats
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... of tour agencies, ended up at Eco Tours. They look more the adventurous and not the tourist tout types. Plus, they offer their trips for almost half the price than the others. I booked a trip for Trindade, everybody's been saying it's the beach to see in Paraty!
Day One - Cachoeiras
This is probably the most perfect day of my travels here in SA so far. Everything just went so well. Finally!
I got to the pick-up ...
... Our menu focused on the Native cuisine of Brazil from the Amazon region and the centerpiece was "heart of palm". I had tasted fresh heart of palm in Peru but didn't realize what a delicacy it was at the time so I was super excited to be able to get to try it again. We ate it roasted and raw as an appetizer and also enjoyed a lovely fish dish that was cooked in a banana leaf with a side of grilled bananas. The menu was pretty simple but the flavours ...
... as a diving board and kept jumping in and swimming. It had an upper deck which was particularly good for the jumps. The staff were doing some impressive flips and jumps off the top deck. Lunch was provided. We had various options but I think most went for the fish which was delicious. We also had free caipirinhas provided all day. They literally brought out buckets of the stuff and you could just help yourself. Some definitely took advantage of this! ...
... us out into the bay (there are lots of small islands a short distance from the mainland) and we explored for a few hours. Unfortunately, due to bad luck, the timings were such that it was low tide during the part of our expedition where were due to paddle down a stream within one of the islands. At first we were instructed to get out of our kayaks (and subsequently go 2 feet deep in oyster inhabited slushy mud) and push/carry our kayaks whenever we ...
... had a nice feel about it too. There were people selling hand made baskets, jewellery etc on the street and others busking and of course the sweet carts were out. The sweet carts were recommended in our guide book and Ryan can safely say they are delicious!
The next morning we had to check out. We got a bus to Sao Paulo with the next stop being Iguassu Falls!!