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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... Rio to Lima is over 60 days, and is broken up into smaller trips that all join together like a patchwork. Some of the passengers will continue with us to Lima, some will join other tours and some will continue past Lima. I met a girl in the lobby on the first morning who started in Alaska and finished in Rio. A 7month patchwork of adventure tours. (Dad- I can see you gleening with envy). For us, we leave the truck in Lima while it continues on to Ecuador. I've started preparing ...
... stuff we're still going to see even before the end of this year! Let alone the next 15 months!! The hostel was only a 10minute walk from town and is across the road from the beach. Paraty as a town is so beautiful! It's a picturesque little colonial town, with multi coloured fishing boats and shop fronts of all colours and patterns. It also felt very safe and relaxed. Ideal for us leisurely ...
... of the 2km long falls, concluding with a drenching by the spray from the massive Devils Throat. Later that day we said goodbye to Portuguese, rice and beans, and coins for Spanish, steak and sweets for change instead of coins (Ben was not complaining). We were abandoned at the Brazilian immigration post by our bus driver and given a ticket for the next bus to catch after we had left Brazil, and the Argentinians seemed to let us in with ...
... to find that there was a powerecut, good old head torches came into use. No wifi or fans so another restless night.
The next day we went to the waterfalls to cool ourselves down. There were huge rocks that were like huge slides in the water. Some of the locals were complete pro´s and surfed on the rocks and did back flips into the water. Bubbles got a bit stuck in the middle of the waterfalls, but help was at hand when a local man gave her a gentle shove and gave ...
... town's name is just one letter away from party! The town is also a centre for local music as we discover in the early hours of the morning as the town prepares for carnival when the town PA system is cranked up to 11 and maybe beyond. If an exhibition at the local fort is to be believed, music in former times was a more decorous affair, fuelled only by "pure" cane sugar juice and the " Holly Spirit"! We also witness some community samba drumming, maybe a rehearsal for ...
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