Pousada Doce Paraty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... out of the bushes, at the jump platform, I was surprised by the height. It looked ******* big, from up there. I stood on a shaky branch, which had been placed between a fork in the tree. 3,2,1 and off I jumped. The branch kicked back as I jumped. It was sooo sketchy. Rimba quickly followed. We lay on a massive tree log to dry out, like lizards, bathing in the sun. One of the English guys wanted to do the jump, but with someone else going first. So ...
... grande and could have stayed an extra 3-4 nights easy. I was also bit gutted as all those lovely people I met, were heading south, and I was going back to rio...so I could go north to Salvador. But, I have absolutely no doubt I'll see them at some point on my travels.
So, that was it...I packed my stuff...said a sad farewell to paraty, and made the 6 hr transfer back to rio...and the discovery ...
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... far is the streets. The cobbled stone streets are HORRENDOUS to walk on!!!! They are seriously awful. You have to either choose to look down at where you're walking and not see any of the town. Or take 3 hours to walk one street because you have to stop after every step to view the streets! It's so beautiful and if you're not walking on it, the streets look so idyllic but I really couldn't live here. Just the few hours we were in town drove me mad. Also it's not just big cobble ...
... get to the Rio bus terminal to catch our bus, which was at 05:00am to Mangaratiba. After queuing for ages to exchange our confirmation printout for tickets we boarded our bus. The bus was really nice and comfy, with fully reclining seats and A/C. Nice! I couldn’t manage to sleep as the roads were awful and it felt like trying to sleep in an earthquake! We got to Mangaratiba and boarded our boat pretty quickly. It took about two hours to get to Abraáo ...