Pousada da Marquesa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and Tiradentes. Not only was it used to transport gold to Paraty, but it was also used to convey supplies, miners and African slaves by mule train over the mountains to and from the gold mining areas.
The Gold Trail fell into disuse because of attacks on the gold laden ships bound for Rio de Janeiro by pirates who frequented the islands and coves of the Bay of Angra dos Reis. Eventually a safer overland route from Minas Gerais to Rio ...
... too. Not as old as Ms.Elizabeth, she was Ms.Camila and the bar was hers. I'm not sure about the boy who beered me or the stray dog that licked the can when I set it on the ground. I left satisfied and went looking for more. I was already in the town centre and a couple of paces from the beach. I spot a black man who earlier said 'Flamengo!' to my Flamengo jersey (Flamengo won the final earlier this day, have to write of it) and gave me a cool high ...
... you had an option to either jump and swim go shore or take the boat, Tahlia jumped and rach and I took the boat. The water was kinda murky but still gorgeous and once you got in very warm. We spent a little while there taking lots of go pro videos and swimming. After this we made our way back to the boat and headed to our next beach. At this stop I decided to snorkel although I hate not being able to touch the ocean floor so I took a noodle with me. I ...
... than helpful and with no wifi there wasn´t much I could do. We waited around the airport for a bit to see if anyone arrived looking for us but nada.
In the meantime the Turkish guys had located their shuttle van and they were waiting around with us to see if anyone turned up for us but it became apparent that this shuttle we had booked was not coming. So at this point we were kind of thinking "I guess we better head to the ...
... Due to Danni’s sudden bout of travelers tummy instead of getting a bus to Sao Paulo (6 hours) then 16 hours to Foz do Iguazu we had to go 5 hours in the wrong direction to Rio and then get a 22 hours bus to Foz from there. As horrendous as it sounds it actually wasn’t all that bad, the costal road had beautiful views and we managed to get a little bit of sleep despite it being a standard coach (and not the VIP coaches we have now become accustomed to!).