Novotel Sao Jose Dos Campos
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... Next was the coffee/ chocolate/sugar tour. It was really informative and everyone got to eat coffee and cacao beans, sugar cane and we also made sugar ! At the end, we ate some food and drank coffee and this sweet water/juice - all very tasty. We met a really nice family from America, with kids conveniently around Ella and Ollie's ages, so we all ended up going to Amy's Restaurant together for dinner.
In the morning we travelled to Sevapatura Park and were fitted with safety harnesses, helmets and gloves and set off to fly through the cloud-forest on zip lines. There were 14 in all. Some were faster than others, it gave you an incredible view from within and above the forest. At the end there was a high Tarzan swing that made some people shriek, some swear and some make strange, guttural noises! The best was kept til last ...
We took the Farm Tour at Finca Luna Nueva at 9am. The guide, Ishmael, was very knowledgable. He showed us the many different plants they grow there and explained much about their ethos of biodynamic organic farming. They diversify their planting within small areas to dissuade insects from damaging plants, they crop, plant and spray at certain times in the lunar cycle and they encourage CO2 capture by allowing many types of plants to grow together.
... air. I definitely could be spending everyday on this lake rather than skiing in the snow back in Maine.
Once it was around 4:00, I decided to drive all the way over to Salvador Brazil to visit a really nice beach called Massaranddupio. Since the flight was so long, I just wanted to have a relaxing first day, and do all the fun stuff during the week. This beach was so clear, I basically had it all to ...
... I think it's kind of fitting to end on though. What's more Brazilian than street art? I uploaded a ton of pictures. The first half is street art, the second is sightseeing adventures I've had. I really appreciate the street art/graffiti that is everywhere here. Most of it is illegible signatures or things written in an alphabet that I can't read (although I'm told it's just a variation of the Latin alphabet). Some of them all really clever though. ...