Pousada do Ouro
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It was with some regret that I left Rio - I've liked every city I've visited over the last few months (with the notable exception of San Jose) but Rio really is very special. Definitely my favourite. At lunchtime I jumped into a crowded coach full of teenage backpackers who were just starting a 3 month trip that included Brazil, Argentina, Chile …
... colonial town with cobble stones as large as those in Pompeii. The old town is just around the corner and we have explored a little but at this very moment we have a tropical downpour - hence my verbosity.
Our transfers in our own camionita by Ilhe Grande adventures (prearranged by email) worked efficiently. Our next manoevre is back to Rio via another transfer for an afternoon flight to Buenos Aires.
... blue waters. Once there we don snorkeling gear and dive in with the promise that there is no dangerous marine life to fear. The water is pretty crisp and there are loads of fish swimming around us, but nothing too exciting so after a short time I climb back into the boat to dry off.
Our next stop is to another beach for the barbecue buffet known as "Monkey Island". The food looks amazing. Multiple steaks, sausages, a chicken dish and alot of salad. If that ...
... took a local bus out one day to some waterfalls which are so wide and modest in decline that you can slide down them, some of the locals were doing crazy things going head first or throwing themselves down standing.... We weren't quite as daring but it was still amazing fun!
After a few days in Paraty we moved on to our favourite destination yet, the hippy beach town of Trindade, about 40 minutes away. We had booked in to a hostel which sounded incredible- ...
... ended well as everyone made it back safely.
The next day brought another lengthy hike to a beach called Lopes Mendes, often described as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. With the sun beating down it was a relief to finally make it there. We got our reward of an almost deserted mile long beach with white sand and crystal clear water. After a few hours of blissful relaxation, we ...