Jucati Season Apartments
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... the other entrances.
So we started to walk around. Such beautiful gardens! In a nutshell, I remember the Orchid greenhouse, the bamboo forest, the huge palm trees, and here and there we saw the Cristo appear, far away. I made it my welcoming picture for this Brazil blog!
I was even more happy when we spotted a toucan family, and thanks to my little camera with a good zoom, I could take a picture! ...
... their booties with the tiny piece of material disappearing up their ample butts. Such a great place to people watch!
When in Paraty the thing to do is a boat cruise which is the best way to explore the 300 odd islands and beaches dotting the coast. Our cruise boat which was an old schooner was the biggest and had live music on board with a fantastic guy on acoustic guitar singing all the modern classic and alternating between singing in Portuguese and English. ...
... this trip!! That more or less wrote off the next day, we just watched the games outside the fanzone and came back for an early one. While we were outside the fanzone we saw 2 separate robberies, one on a stupid tourist next to us who left his wallet out with wads of US dollars in, the other a group of favella kids stealing a phone from a teenage girl who chased them and came back with a fat lip... that was a bit of a wake-up call Up early and refreshed next day ...
... way, we saw tons of people enjoying what seemed like a massive block party that had nothing to do with soccer, reinforcing the notion that Brazilians are more fun than the rest of the world even on their off days. We also got to see a helicopter landing up close. Apparently, wealthy people in Rio travel by helicopter because the traffic is so bad. We wondered how much they would charge us to film ourselves running away from the helicopter ...
... along the way who became our buddy system/photographer extraordinaire. We started the tour going along lake Lagoa up to forest da Tijuaca. Whilst here we saw an amazing waterfall and went for a short walk around. We were told some of the history and much of it involved the coffee plantations and other interesting tidbits of history along the way. Then back on the bus with little suspension to get over to Christ ...