Hotel Coquille - Ubatuba
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so it was lovely and chilled. We made stops for swimming and snorkelling at four surrounding beaches or islands. Surrounded at each stop by larger boats and crowds with pool-noodles (those long colourful foamy sticks), a Brazilian obsession. We ended our time in Paraty with a final fun hostel BBQ then a late night in the caipirinha bar. Which we almost regretted after a cramped and bumpy bus ride to Angra dos Ries caused a few close chunder calls the following day. ...
A few days ago I heard that the University of Sao Paulo (USP), which my future faculty takes part of is on strike, because of financial problems with the salaries of the employees. I thought my courses would start on the 1th of august, but no one knows when they're going to start now... So I just have to wait and try to enjoy myself here in Brazil. In the mean time, Loes left Brazil for the Netherlands ...
... tour which was great! It lasted all day with gorgeous weather, swimming in the sea, lunch and relaxing on beaches - just what we have been waiting for! In the evening we went to a festival that has been going on in the town for a few days called ´Divina´ with live bands and street stalls. We found a cool bar with happy 2 hours on caprinhas and then decided to call it a night after a tiring day. The following day was pretty grim weather ...
... the beaches. Some of the are hard to reach (more than two hours of hiking through humid, warm and steep forests). As a result, they are sparsely crowded and very enjoyable. They made up for our camping overrun by cockroaches.
Because Carnaval had already started, we decided to head to Rio. Spending four complete days in Rio during the event would be too expensive for us, so we arrived on the second to last night. By a weird and lucky turn of events we found a place to ...
... that she looked at us with distain/realisation that we didn’t have any water we could give her and wobbled off to find better friends.
We loved Paraty immediately and ended up staying 4 nights instead of the planned 2 nights leading to a bit of Hostel hopping, which was a shame, and about a bout of travelers tummy for Danni - lesson learnt, don’t clean you teeth in the shower! :(
We left Paraty via an epic bus journey - 29 ...