Pousada Estrela Do Mar Paraty
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... Planes used - 10 (+3)
Buses/coaches used - 26 (+2)
Trains used - 24
Metros/subways used - 33 (+5)
Cars used - 8
Minivans - 8
Russian Campervans used -1
Horses used - 1
Camels used - 1
Taxis used - 11
Cable cars used - 1
Bicycles used- 2
Tuk tuks/autorickshaw used - 31
Scooters used - 6
Elephants used - 0
Ferrys used - 4
CycleRickshaw - 1
Bamboo HouseBoat - 1Tour Boat - 1 NE
... lots of tiny humming birds flitting around the feeders helping themselves to the nectar/sugar mixture. As well as the humming birds, there were a few other sorts, all competing for a taste of the sweet liquid! Blanca had decided we would walk to the end of town and towards the old prison and the aqueduct. The views were fantastic, both towards the other islands and across the bay in front of the town - it was a shame it ...
... got distracted and started chasing birds, soon after 2 dogs joined him. Caught the local bus to a waterfall. This waterfall was a massive rock used as a slide. My bum was too boney for that slide but Tom and Shaun gave it a go. Once a month there's a party in this town and it was tonight. As soon as we got there about 6 dogs started attacking each other, growling, biting each other's back and necks. Then Tom yells out N'O DOG SHOTS!' Good one Tom. A local broke it up ...
... fell for it and then i said my long practiced phrase probably sounding like a kid saying its first words to mama,but i was understood and immediately ushered to a chair that could have come out of 1920s Chicago.The older of the two gents (25 years of sheering experience) new a little English, and we baby talked and generally played charades and there was much laughter all around (probably at my expense) i showed them my tour itinerary and there was much ...
... walk, we had to cross several large streams, which doesn't sound like much, but they flow very quickly, over rocks, and I'm sure if you were to stand in them, you would get knocked over by the current. There are bridges over these streams as they are popular spots for locals, but when I say bridge, I mean they take a rotten plank, and place it at a jazzy angle to the underneath rotten plank- it's like you are walking over a game of bloody kaplonk! When we got to the ...