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Travel Blogs from Paraty
This morning I said goodbye to the staff at the Ancoradoura and made my way to the jetty to catch my catamaran to the mainland port of Angros Dos Reis.I read my book throughout the journey back as the catamaran sliced calmly through the waves.I was supposed to have been met by a rep at the port to catch my mini van to Paraty but no one was there, so I found a seat at a bus stop and waited patiently. Twenty minutes later a mini van with the ...
... of our conversation- something's never change)
Then we moved onto a Cachaca making plant, not much to say about that, it smelt, there were wasps, we drank some very burny stuff, not a fan.
After a couple more places, we went to the famous spot, which is a waterfall which flows over a very smooth, moss covered, reasonably flat rock into a rock pool. This is when you can slide down the waterfall and land in the pool (where there are fish and the water is a ...
... night which apparantly means everything is closed. So we bought a couple of drinks from the shop and sat on the beach having a wee bevvy until it started to rain and we called it a night!
Today we had booked up for a snorkelling trip! Unfortunately the weather isn't particularly warm today but still, it wasn't raining, so we headed off to our boat. Its a massive big boat with a sun deck and a singer on board, who was really good. We sat ...
... and the sea helped though.
All of the gringos from the island quickly formed a posse, and set out back to the island in time for the second half of the Champions League Final! Many beers later (Brazilian beer is fantastic), we sauntered back along the star-lit beach and climbed into bed, thoroughly content.
An even-more relaxed second beach day later, we picked up an ašai in town before dinner. Ašai is a ...
... and Jane. We spared a thought for you all, the people that we love and miss, at those magical moments as the sun went down and the fire was kindled and cradled and raised from sparks to flame and we squatted around in our loincloths boiling instant noodles with tinned veg and hotdogs thrown in.
So then, we are riding the bus back into civilization, and our next stop is Rio de Janeiro. We can see the islands and hills rising out of the sea to the right of the bus, ...
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