Pousada Da Condessa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It took two long driving days, but finally the truck came to a halt at our penultimate destination, Paraty by the Atlantic. A small town by the sea, with an old town centre with cobbled streets and horse carriages. And from its pier, a vast amount of boats was ready to take tourists out to the archipelago. Some small, some big, some of which offered free caiprinhas, so obviously we chose that one. Jumping from the boat's roof deck with pool noodles and waterproof ...
... and Michael had just told us it was single or twos! After donning our life jackets we headed out. Me and Lara went in a double kayak and as Aliza had some experience she went on her own. It took a little while to get the steering and paddling synchronisation going, but we definitely got the hang of it. Which was just as well as soon we were having to navigate our way through jungle mangroves and branches in the pouring rain! Michael told us about how the mangroves can survive in ...
Today I woke up excited because the hostel provides breakfast! And feeling like I hadn't had a proper breakfast in a while this was exciting. I packed my day pack and then went upstairs for breakfast. A spread of yoghurt, sweet bread, cereal, juice, cake, pastries, papaya, mango, watermelon, bread, ham and cheese. I ate till my stomach hurt. After breakfast we walked into town to find the Paraty Tours shop. The trip took us longer than it should have due to ...
The new adventure has begun. Starting a new tour is kind of like the first day of school. We were excited and a little apprehensive as we met our teachers (in our case tour leaders) and class mates (fellow travellers) while sitting in a classroom (a restaurant). The first night is always a meet and greet and a general tour overview followed by dinner to get to know the group.
Although we booked this trip through Intrepid Travel, the actual overland company taking this tour ...
... the beaches. Some of the are hard to reach (more than two hours of hiking through humid, warm and steep forests). As a result, they are sparsely crowded and very enjoyable. They made up for our camping overrun by cockroaches.
Because Carnaval had already started, we decided to head to Rio. Spending four complete days in Rio during the event would be too expensive for us, so we arrived on the second to last night. By a weird and lucky turn of events we found a place to ...