Pousada Da Condessa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... became overcast. It is a nice town with a large historic area. We walked around, stopped for a nice view, and later had a good dinner in town. Then had some drinks out, making for a fun late night. We even got an impromptu samba lesson. Very ...
... stressed, I'm buying more weed'. He said. 'Come with us man and relax we'll go to the beach and chill out.' I tried to convince him. I urged him to come. He hesitated but was set on going off with the stranger. 'We'll come with you then' I say. 'Like **** we will' says Steve. So there's a question. What became of poor, naive, Norwegian Francesco? I've heard the locals are too scared to harm tourists in the lead up to the World Cup. It won't stop them from trying to rip you off though I ...
... Rach got distracted by coconuts so I went on without them. I ended up taking a dead end but noticed curiously enough, lots of crabs lined this pebbled area of the street. Interesting! Thats when I remembered: I'd read some where that the streets are designed to be washed by the sea at high tide! That must explain the crabs! As I neared the hostel, it seemed like Ash and Rach had beaten me to it! As soon as we got back we showered. Ash managed a nice full on ...
I wish I stayed longer! Swam in the most stunning beaches, "stone surfed" in water cascades on slippery rocks, rope-jumped it in waterfalls, had a taste of cachaca, and finished with a beautiful, serene sunrise in a colonial town by the ocean. Two and a half days and three nights simply weren't enough!
Arriving at Paraty in Tears
After the Favela Party last night, and coming back to the hotel at 5AM, I had to sleep in. ...
... with her three dogs. As it was the town's birthday week, each night the town square held a festival with a band and professional samba dancers. We went one night with some friends and loved it! There were many street vendors selling drinks (your allowed to drink alcohol anywhere in public in Brazil). Everyone's favourite was a lady with a large fruit stand who let you pick your own fruits (loads to choose from) and liquor for 10 reals (about 4 ...