Pousada Aguas de Paratii
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... to note was that the package for two people was in fact a 'couples' package! So we went to the spa, were placed in the same room with two massage tables and told to undress - not a problem if you are in fact a couple not just two people who had met a few days previously on a walking tour! Oliver had the good grace to face the other way whilst I undressed and hid myself beneath the Massage table blankets. After the body scrub (which was really nice) ...
... on the main square for the
aristocracy and important military dignitaries.
Wandering around the town we saw the many trinket stalls and
the colourful boats of the locals that once may have fished but now serviced
the hordes of tourists that descend on Paraty during the summer months.
Tripping down the uneven streets was hot work and spotting an ice cream parlour
we stopped in to grab some amazing cones, Brendon went for the dulce de leche
... this way and we all sat around the BBQ chatting and eating beautiful tasty chicken drumsticks, chicken hearts (Brazilian speciality), sausages, steak, potatoes & salad. We taught Philip, mum & dad to play poker althought Philip was rather good so we think he’s a natural. There was lots more red wine and it was just a wonderful end to a lovely stay. We had such a good time that mum & dad think they might have to sell up in Ashford and move ...
... am approached by a tour guide. I have nothing planned so decide to take the boat tour that he's offering, which consists of visiting a few beaches, the famous blue lagoon, a barbecue lunch and kayaking.
As I wait to board beside the boat, three girls walk towards me and introduce themselves. Bronia, Lucy and Abby are all from London and are also coming on the boat tour. With the boat now full we head towards our first beach stop. The sun still hasn't quite broken ...
... sits, there are more remote beaches dotted around the island reached only by treks or short boat hops. The furthest of which is called Lopes Mendes, a 2 1/2 hour trek through steep jungle to a huge expanse of pristine white sand. Feeling adventurous we set off early and followed the questionable signs, leading to questionable paths! The humidity was outrageous and on hearing an unidentifiable screeching, our gung-ho attitude started to ...