Pousada Estrela Do Mar Paraty
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... probably his little granddaughter just chilling out on the back too... He was simply pulling all this along with his own muscles and two feet, right in the middle of the road alongside all the cars and buses... WOW. Good effort, mate. So yeah, it is still very different from back home... You wouldn't see that on the streets in the UK... Well maybe in Croydon, after all... It is Croydon. Anything goes. So, after the best part of our day spent on one minibus, then changing halfway ...
October 22-25 Second
week in Paraty
On Wednesday, we caught the local bus into Paraty to go on
our five hour schooner tour of the Bay of Paraty. It was a little overcast which made it
perfect for sitting on the top deck while taking in the magnificent views of
all the little islands and beaches as well as the various little enclaves of
homes along different parts of the shore.
We stopped ...
... but the last couple of days have been a bust - I try to minimizing drinking during transit and yesterday I spent most of my day strapped to a hangglider.
We've met a few new people on the bus; a couple called James & Lucy (also from Kent) and a northerner called Sam (male). There was one as Carl says "complete fool" we really wanted to avoid. There have been a few mixed opinions on a few people so far but this guy was special. ...
Paraty is a coastal historic town in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Founded in 1531 It was first settled in 1667 by the Portuguese who drove the local Indians away. Paraty produced Brazils finest sugar cane liquor. There was over 300 distilleries of which only a handful still exist. They would extract the liquid from the cane which would ferment for approximately 36 hours. After several other processes they would ...
... jeep. He said, the place is too dangerous to swim.
We passed by a fishing village as we continued. Our guide asked us to stop for 30 minutes for lunch, It was only just 12:15 pm and none of us wanted to eat. (I had a heavy breakfast -- cooked myself omelette -- my host doesn't cook but gave me all I needed: bread, fruits, cheese, coffee, juice… I was spoilt!) We continued and came upon this cozy, enclosed beach with mountains at the back and hills on both ...