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Great boat party with 4 trucks-worth of Drago peeps.. 'One for the road' at 10.30am Copious amounts of Caipirinhas, (naked) jumping off the boat. Poetry recital for Fryer who has so drunk he doesn't remember, hilarious horse and cart ride back to the hostal! And Stopping for a 'road drink' literally at the side of the road with Bex, Jess and Stiff! late night swim in the bay
The journey from Iguazu to Rio was a long one, 22 hours by bus, and as soon as I got to Rio I jumped on another bus for 4.5 hours to a place called Paraty. I had good reason, there is a massive festival called Rock In Rio happening during my final days in Brazil which had pushed the hostel prices to 3 times their usual rates, added to that Rio is a …
Endlessly charming and strikingly picturesque, Paraty is one of Brazil's most cinematic destinations. Although full of tourists, it's still very authentic, with cobblestones so uneven, we were nursing sore calves at the end of each day! It's been declared a UNESCO world heritage site, so the cobbled stoned streets of whitewashed houses and …
We had a wonderful week in Ubatuba –or at least in the Lemos (Andre’s family) beach house just south of Ubatuba near Praia Brava. It was very good to see Andre again, who had lived with us back in 2008, and to see Bia and Gustavo (his parents) and meet his younger brother Ricky and cousin Guilherme (plus many friends). They were …
We left Ilha Grande on the first sunny day they'd had (oh well) and boarded a ferry to Paraty, a coastal town. Paraty was one of the great colonial trading towns, and the city has preserved the lovely colonial atmosphere--I loved walking its cobbled streets and popping into its classy little food markets.
As we explored the town, we bumped …
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