Pousada Villa del Sol
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... included. Although I would have been fine just doing my own thing, Klein's generosity meant the day was so much more enjoyable. This is one of the many things I love about travelling. Often you are exposed to the best of human generosity with people helping each other and reaching out to complete strangers. In the past I've found it difficult to adjust when I've returned home. People often aren't as open in the real world.
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... islands. Sat on the top deck chatting to some of the others; it was interesting to hear other people's experiences of Brazil. Almost everyone agreed that it had been safer than its reputation implied but also more expensive than anticipated. We stopped a few lovely beaches during the five hours on the boat, and whilst the snorkelling was average, overall it was a great day out of sun, sea and sand. We fancied a chilled night in, so we relaxed with a picnic dinner, film ...
... marina, Betty offered Zeb and me a ride into town in her hippiesque Fiesta. As we hadn't really seen town, the Argentinian, who had lived the last 14 months in Paraty, showed us around the cobbled streets. She told us the piratey history of the town (at one point it was comparable to the Caribbean in terms of pirate activity), how it now is the town with most homicides per capita in Brazil, showed us the awesomest model boat shop ever and joined us for drinks. I ...
... so at this point you can see specks of light coming from the town which sits beside the bay.
The Swedish guys and I catch up and I find out that the hostel has misplaced Henrik's washing; he's not exactly having the best holiday! We go for dinner with the English lads and a few others at this great fish restaurant on the beachfront, have a walk around town and then head to bed.
I wake up with the sun trying to break through the clouds and after a ...
... the group for dinner at a Thai restaurant. I must admit I was sceptical- a Thai restaurant in Brazil.. But it was one of the tastiest meals I have had in South America, and I'm sure I speak for the others too. I had a prawn and pineapple red curry which was served in half a pineapple. Lara and Aliza went went for a green curry. We also all had some interesting drinks including a passions fruit cocktail, a frozen mint lemonade and a lemongrass ice tea. Perfect way to end a day in ...