Pousada Villa del Rey
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... forest, towering hills and gorgeous beach lined bays with a myriad of tropical islands characterise this impressive coastline. Paraty is a stunning example of a complete, preserved Portuguese colonial port town dating from the early 18th century. As a port, it linked the gold producing inland areas to Rio de Janeiro, then the capital, by boat and forms part of the Old Gold Way. With the decline of the gold trade and ...
... Brazilian artist (Mintor), which through a Private Eye style magazine was a big critic of the military and current government(s). In the afternoon I checked into Posuda do Principe and chilled by the pool for a while, before going on a walk to take photos as the sky had sort of cleared.
In the evening I went for Arabian food at a place where there was no English menu and no waiter spoke English, which was exactly what I was looking for. Rio, Ilha ...
... the speed boat. Our taxi awaits and it helpfully drops me off beside my hostel.
Later that evening the girls and I go to this crazy good kebab restaurant in town where we share stories of our past and hopes for the future. It's a very enjoyable evening and the perfect ending to a wonderful few days in paradise.
The next day we're up early to catch the cheap ferry (4.80 pesos) to Angra dos Reid, before catching the long bus journey to Iguazzu Falls.
... campground we were all excited as it was our last night camping on the trip. Many said they would never camp again but I guess there's a difference between camping and living in a tent for a month and a half. Hopefully I'll be up for it again when our summer hits, some time off will be nice though. Our last morning some of us woke early to watch the beautiful sunrise over the bay. We had to get on the road early anyway to get to Rio before the Carnaval traffic ...
... to sort before the World Cup and Olympics, as it is very off putting - wood & leaves etc are fine, but plastic and rubbish is not nice. However a few of us got in at every opportunity, despite it being quite cold. The beaches are more like coves and I am sure if the weather was better Ilha Grande would have been a better experience. Photos will hopefully describe the scenery. ...