Pousada Estrela Do Mar Paraty
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... We all agreed to meet at the hostel that Kiki bartends at later tonight, and then we split up at the marina. Max and I got a ride back into town from Romulo, and I spent the rest of the afternoon chilling between my room, the beach, and the pool at the pousada.
I got showered and ready to head out to the hostel, and of course it started to rain just as I was about to leave. I grabbed my rain jacket and ...
... br> south along 2 beaches and observed the female dress code of the swimming
costume, the thong, worn by all women. After walking over the last headland we
came to a natural large rock pool where the entrance was nearly completely
blocked from the sea by extremely large boulders. The water was fairly calm
here especially in comparison to the rougher seas on the open beaches but a bit
cold. We caught the ...
An early rise for breakfast and we jumped in a mini bus to Ill Grande around half ten. I tried getting some sleep but wasn't particularly successful. 45minutes on a boat and we got to the hostel by half three.
Ill Grande is Brazil's third biggest island. Not big enough to have an ATM though. I've made quite a big deal about this. There is only one town, which has a quaint colonial feel. All cobblsetone, with colourful low buildings. ...
... falls for the day and were back in Argentina for dinner. Fantastic! It was on a bus from Iguassu to São Paulo in which we were stopped at 3 in the morning by the policia. We had absolutely no clue what was going on, except that lots of "Pablos" and"Juans" were getting called off the bus and their enormous bags were being confiscated by the police, yet none of the gringos bags were being checked. Later we found out it was because they had bought goods in Paraguay ...
... then found a great kebab restaurant for our main course, then headed to another place that sold crepes for dessert. It turns our they weren't Crepes though but Mexican tortillas with lime and sugar - er no thanks! The next day we moved to another Pousada called So Natureza, this was a really lovely little place with a great swimming pool, small but clean and comfortable room with AC and a fan but **** wifi! On this trip I think between us we have only ever found ...