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... of preposterous proportions. Perchance our perusal of this paradise may be prolonged.Aaaaaanyway. That was Chris' diary entry of our first day in Paraty. We had too much fun writing it.
To translate, and to explain what else we got up to, heres the 'sane' version:
Paraty was a gorgeous historic colonial town, surrounded by islands, mangroves, waterfalls, beaches and mountains. And distilleries. Infact it is home to 4 of Brazils top Cachaca distilleries, and we managed to visit ...
... São Paulo we left the plane with hand luggage weighing twice as much as when we boarded containing enough food to feed us for the next two days and enough vodka to host a party. Thank you Emirates.
With a population of 19 million! São Paulo is the biggest city in the Southern Hemisphere. You would think there is a lot to see, but actually there isn't...
We never wanted to visit São Paulo. It doesn't really house anything ...
... Paraty was a boat trip that we took to some neighbouring islands and a on another day a trip to a nearby cove called Trinidad! The boat trip was a full days excursion where we had the opportunity to jump off the boat and swim to some lovely beaches, it really was a great day.
Trinidad is a town about forty minutes from Paraty and it is absolutely gorgeous. It boasts crystal white beaches and lagoons with the back drop of the jungle. We had a great ...
... and science. The service was even held by a cardinal. I think for a first time experience, we were very lucky even if it was in Spanish, and the communion- wafer- head touching - arms crossed thing confused me. It was an interesting experience that I'm glad I attended.
To end, I have one last random fact. Argentines have their own "he who must not be named" , their former corrupt president who is the same guy responsible for covering up the killings of thousands of ...
... us elsewhere. Whoops, he was actually right. ... All pretty standard backpacking procedure, but we were ready for a beer after we did finally manage to find another place and pitch the tent.
Great joy then that we found a place that had Paulaner Hefeweizen, after a week drinking the basest lager going! They cost us dear in the purse, but it was oh so worth it. Actaully, that first night was ...