Hotel Fazenda Uemura
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... are loads of dessert stands selling all manner of goodies, as well as amazing artisan shops, with handcrafted wooden flowers, mirrors and bowls. I only wish I could carry more than the cumulative 35kg I am currently schlepping. I pass the old church, clock a place for dinner and reach the port which looks spectacular at sunset. If anyone has bothered to look through all my pics or even read any blog entries they will know I'm partial to a good sunset! I find a ...
... as mine. Rushing around trying to find mums but gave up then rushed back to hostel grabbed stuff then headed for bus. Not sure where gonna put all these flip flops! Managed to get 11.30 bus. 2 uk girls on it so got off bus with them in angra. Walked to find out about boats - backpack so heavy! One was leaving there at 1.30 for 40 or 2.30 for 25 or 3.30 from the other side of angra for 15. Girls needed money and on budget so we went over to cheapest one, ...
... built into the town walls to allow high tide into the streets to clean them. As you can see from the photos the houses are all painted white with a splash of colour around the window & door frames. The red & white flags in place for the festival of the Divine Spirit added further colour as well as a nightly procession to ...
... Paraty to Sao Paulo and both were sold out for Friday. Well fan-frickin'-tastic! Oh the joys of travel sometimes. Luckily we knew that there were some companies in town that did shuttles between Paraty and Sao Paulo so that was our next stop and we were able to get on one of those but instead of a $50 Real ($25 CDN) pricetag/person we paid $195 Real each ($100 CDN). Oh well, you win some and you lose some!
Next stop...Sao Paulo...our final destination!
... The locals brought us into a cave behind the waterfall.
Between the waterfalls Pablo brought us
to a local distillery to learn about the local traditions and drink.
We got to sample some of the drink. It was lovely but very strong.
Even the small tasting shots were blowing the heads off us. They had
all sorts of flavors, mango, banana and chocolate and chilly to name
The last waterfall area ...