Pousada Porto Imperial
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... while longer before heading home.
The next day we did a six hour jeep tour that took us
through the dirt pathways in the National Park of Serra da Bocaina with its
preserved Rain Forest. Our first stop was at an Orchid and Bromeliad farm that was quite amazing, particularly the bromeliads. Afterwards, we
spent quite a bit of time at four different waterfalls and visited two typical
distilleries of ...
... from a beach in paradise - white silky sand against a clear blue sea with the distant sound of waves crashing down onto deeper waters. The most beautiful beach I've ever been to. The tide is more out than in, which makes it easy to make it to a fair distance before the waters are even at chest height. The water temperature is mild and we have no problem staying in, jumping or diving the waves and finding the perfect one to ride back to shore.
The few food stalls ...
... experiences; suffice to say it is a massive boulder of a stone surf wave. I carefully inched my way down, slowly sliding, when the guide came after me, pushed me, pulled my leg, until I eventually accelerated down. I screamed! In a split-second my whole body hit the cold water! Just like the rope-jumping, I did it again… and again… and had so much fun!
The guide then showed me and assisted me; instead of going up ...
... Paraty to Sao Paulo and both were sold out for Friday. Well fan-frickin'-tastic! Oh the joys of travel sometimes. Luckily we knew that there were some companies in town that did shuttles between Paraty and Sao Paulo so that was our next stop and we were able to get on one of those but instead of a $50 Real ($25 CDN) pricetag/person we paid $195 Real each ($100 CDN). Oh well, you win some and you lose some!
Next stop...Sao Paulo...our final destination!
... it was amazing and up until then the best and most flavoursome thing I had eaten while in Brazil. The second night we just made a simple veggie pasta. We had one lunch in Paraty which was in a very pretty restaurant/bar. Adam got a chicken burger (cardboard) and I got spaghetti bolognese, both left a lot to be desired. I ended up mixing a tonne of hienz ketchup to get some sort of flavour into mine. Brazilians don't give you pepper and by all accounts ...