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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... an e-mail. After almost an hour, she picked me up at the agency.
She said somebody stole her phone, hence it wasn't working. Apparently, her unit had a number but not the building. That was strange. Who would have known. I thought, she could have at least given the number of the neighbour and arranged to meet there instead. Pffft.
I got settled and walked about town. I needed to clear my head and emotions. I passed by ...
... the Brazil luck was on our side and we of course decided to come back later that evening. Thank goodness we were on the ball with paying our debts!
The evening with Yara and Richard Roberts was absolutely lovely. It was a great evening of food, drinks, and learning about some of the different regions of Brazil as well as using food to gain a historical perspective on the country. I am so glad that we were recommended this as it was a very ...
... told her she was being bang out of order. Larry was pretty mad but managed not to react at all. It was totally unprovoked and uncalled for and pretty unpleasant. Fortunately for everybody they weren't on the boat trip today. Boat left at 11am. We stopped at four different bays. Some were secluded beaches on little islands, one was just a bay but it had a cliff face you could climb up and jump off. That was a lot of fun. At each stop we all used ...
We spent four nights in Paraty before heading to the isolated island of Ilha Grande, where we stayed for three nights. Paraty is a very quaint town on the south coast of Brazil and we spent much of our time on the beach. The weather was beautiful (apart from the first day - I suppose we needed something to remind us that it is the winter here) and scenery was amazing. On the second full day, we decided to go kayaking with a few other people and the guide ...
... hoping to get another boat ride to a long stretch of beautiful beaches but it turned out too expensive (they were wanting R$100 and the lady in tourist info told us it would be about R$15!) so we just chilled out in the shade and eventually gave in to a few beers before the bus home.
At night we had a walk around the town and it felt really touristy ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility