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5th - 8th February:- Paraty A Rachel Entry Paraty is a beautiful little slice of paradise that lies in between Rio and São Paulo.It was massively important during Brazil's gold era but then once a road was built between Rio and São Paulo, Paraty got forgotten about as the road did not pass through. Because of this it means that pretty much all of the Portuguese colonial buildings have been preserved and all of the cobbled streets. It really is ...
... The next day we were a little dusty so we jumped in the Infinity pool and soaked in the amazing view. Philip drove us into Paraty to see the old colonial town. It’s really pretty and reminded us of Villa de Leyva in Colombia with beautiful cobbled streets, whitewashed colonial buildings and little churches everywhere. It sits on a nice bay with a small harbour and views to rainforest covered mountains. It’s a lovely spot and the reason ...
... the speed boat. Our taxi awaits and it helpfully drops me off beside my hostel.
Later that evening the girls and I go to this crazy good kebab restaurant in town where we share stories of our past and hopes for the future. It's a very enjoyable evening and the perfect ending to a wonderful few days in paradise.
The next day we're up early to catch the cheap ferry (4.80 pesos) to Angra dos Reid, before catching the long bus journey to Iguazzu Falls.
... it led us to a hippy Turkish cafe with a friendly owner (who was delighted to hear he is in the guidebooks!) and who served up a feast of fresh falafel and hummus-always a winner. Waking the next day to the sound of rain from your bunkbed is, however, not a winner. We were on day 4 of rain and had just been informed that the bank holiday meant that rooms for the next few nights were scarce..so off we set to find a room for the night. Feeling ...
... group. There - that's my one vent of the trip! Now back to it and the positives!
Over the last 7 days I haven't really written anything about where we have been. This is because it has been about 5 days of 8-12 hour drives. Driving, petrol station toilet stops and campsites on the side of the road. It makes for a boring blog and boring days. That is the reality of driving across a large continent. Finally we arrived at the Pantanal with 2 days of back to back activities ...