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... excellent, met even more great people from all over the world and ate so much meat... I'm going to miss the food here so much...
On wedensday morning me and a Brazilian from Sao Paulo city took a wander around the town and I got the Easy Transfer to Pararty. It was easy but was very fast and absolutely not worth it, there is a ferry (or speedboats) that go to Angra and a bus to Party, all for R$15. But I got to Paraty about 17:30 and started exploring.
Still feeling slightly unwell, I bravely managed to fight back the sickness and sit on a long bus ride to the port town of Angra. From here a 1.5 hour ferry took us to Ilha Grande where no cars are allowed
Our tour guide Mark loves hos beer, so the first night was spent playing beer pong at the hotel. Having not eaten in 24 hours, I decided to stick to water
Next day we trekked about 2 hours through the jungle to what is apparently the 7th most beautiful ...
rides bore me, I set out into the rainforest to get to the nearest one.
Oh, and you have to go over a mountain and the beach is mostly empty. I
was able to take my shirt off without causing mass blindness or
I hit the little beach cafe for a chicken sandwich and a beer along with a bit of laziness.
There is always that problem of climbing a mountain to get ...
... No, something got stuck in my eye". This chivalrous gentlemanly fail had me feeling like a complete goof. We continued to talk throughout the evening, and when she mentioned that she liked hiking, I told her that I wanted her to join me on one sometime. As we were saying our goodbyes, I let her know I wanted to see her again. I went back over to the boys, and when I reported the good news, R2 told me I was crazy. "Don't tell her you want to see her again, just try to make out with ...
... 3 hours. It was a bit quicker based on the fact Sadia could hear roars coming from the trees and had decided the lions / wild dogs (Trevor) was going to eat us alive and walked a lot of the way carrying two rocks in her hand. Once we returned from our six hour trek through the jungle mountains, we relised we had walked 17 k. We never did see the waterfall. We did feel a little proud.
The following day we took a boat ...