Hotel Fazenda Uemura
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... look the cleanest and neither did the sand. In fact, chances are very high that there was a high quantity of fecal matter in that water and soil. The cobbled streets that have its fair share of horse and dog poop get washed every time the tide is high and well... That poops gotta go somewhere! Anyway we walked through and it was a lovely sight! My only regret is that didn't have enough time (nor was the tide low enough) for us to walk across the sand bank to the ...
... chocolate milk, and played Doritos roulette whic was funy because Tahlia and I ate the hot chip and didn't even realize. Throughout the day lots of funny thins happened like when we met a policeman with a monobrow and his name was fabio - Rachael lost it. We also had a creepy moment on the metro where I thought Rachael was taking a picture of me, turns outs she was taking a picture of the guy behind me who was checking out my ass- ...
... br> arrived at the door, and Armoni forgot her ID ! we cant get in …. Back to the
hotel (1H) . Finally we had a quiet one … oops.
We were suppose to flight from Sao
Paulo to Santiago
(chile) but the prices where too
expensive, so we will bus it ! and go through Paraguay
instead, which was not suppose to happen…
So next stop Asuncion
– Paraguay after
a little 23 hours bus !
Speak soon ...
... which is why the buildings and streets are so well preserved. We also headed up to the fort which wasnt what we expected because the museum was about dancing and singing, but you did get a good view however and it was good to know about the traditional dances. We also walked along the towns beach which wasn´t the best but a quiet spot to have our lunch.
Having enjoyed our time in the north of Brazil, we decided it was time to head south, to Paraty. This involved an epic 19 hour journey of boat, bus, taxi, plane, taxi, bus and taxi. We left Morro at 6am and arrived in Paraty at 1.30am the next day exhausted but glad to be there.
Paraty is a beautiful little colonial town set in a bay surrounded ...