Parque Hotel Pereque
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... culinary delights. Stop offs where they distill the local drink Cachaça and many other delicious liqueurs, sweets, cheese. A foodies haven. Lunch was at one of three waterfalls. Pretty crazy place to have lunch and then watch even crazier people waterslide down part of the waterfall. I'll let the video speak for itself. Day two and the weather turned and by nightfall it was pouring. But I was able to get out during the day and pound ...
... up with such ease they could have been the resident
Going via the Gringo route after their failed rope climb a
bunch of the boat had great fun launching themselves into the blue water below,
after a few jumps it was back onto the boat for the now familiar meat, rice and
It was also about this time that the incredibly strong and all you get drink
Caiprinhas started to take effect, one more swim stop and an unknown amount ...
... where we hired bikes and had a good cycle round... Followed by some Havaiana shopping and not forgetting my FIRST Caipirinha since being here. This turned out to be in the bar where 'the girl from Ipanema' was written. Which we had tried to find yesterday, Nat had thought it was the horrible place across the road and couldn't understand why they weren't making a big deal out of it... Turns out they were across the ...
... would be achievable but it seems to be a sellers market here. Back at the beach in the hot hot heat I got down to the tan (it's not a colour, it's a lifestyle choice) and quickly fell asleep. A dip in the sea, and eventually the shadows and wind picked up to beat us off the sand by around 4pm. Back in Paraty Ed and I sorted a hostel in Sao Paulo. This is actually the first bit of proper planning I've needed to ...
... entrance fee a little easier to swallow!
We spent the afternoon sightseeing by foot. Rio is broken up into suburbs where the houses are largely constructed up hills. Needless to say, there's a lot of uphill, downhill walking and cement stairs cases through the neighbourhoods being the norm.
We wandered around the cobble stone streets of Santa Teresa which offers nice houses and chic cafés. We then headed to Lapa ...