Travel Inn - Apa Pau Brasil
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... The peninsula is very mountainous and we drove up and down very steep hills to visit about 10-12 beaches. It is very pleasant on shore because there is a constant breeze blowing. After our tour we walked around the downtown area. There were many shops most of which were selling very small bikinis. Needless to say I didn't purchase one but instead purchased a Buzios baseball cap.
Tomorrow it's on to Rio de Janeiro.
... some Reggaton (typical Brazilian music), then we set sail to Branca Island, Feia Island, and Rasa Island with a stop off at each beach to drop anchor and dive in the warm blue waters.
Passing sea turtles along the way, this location would be awsome for snorkeling, scub diving or simply to do what Rich and I did... sit on the deck sipping cocktails or an ice cold beer! As we stopped for a dip, ...
... There is also some old dude standing near the table playing a tambourine and he´s a little off. I´m wondering if he just showed up with the tambourine uninvited and started jamming and the band is thinking oh ####, this guy blows but he´s so old how can we tell him no or if the band just gave it to him to play because they feel sorry for him and figure how much can you really screw up the music by playing a stupid tambourine a little ...
... and travelled to Parati, which is another 2 hours down the coast of Brazil, heading towards Sao Paolo. Again the coastal route was amazing and Parati was as quaint and as full of character as we had imagined. The entire old town has been declared a heritage site by Unesco and it is really quite lovely. All of the buildings are painted white, with many doors painted in bright reds or blues or greens. The streets are cobbled and they lead to the ...
... game was the semi finals. It is was Rio de Janeiro state playoffs... kinda like Provincials but bigger. Then afterwards we all went for pizza and said our goodbyes and all went off to our new hostels. So Cole and I are officially on our own... and the only Portugese word I know is thankyou and some Botafogo soccer chants. Oh yah we also went up to see Jesus yesterday. He´s huge. It was insanely busy though because for some reason we decided to go on a Sunday and they have ...