Pousada Casa de Paraty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... who had been given the wrong info) arranges cabs to get to the other airport, about 45 minutes away. Our cabbie was doing 150 km at one stage when I saw a 80k maximum sign. He slowed to 130. Finally made the airport and the cabbie tries to get us to pay. Our guide had paid him before we got in so luckily none of us paid him again. Just made another flight. We get to Iguassu and it is time to head to the Brazillian side. These falls are ...
... But mañana was to be a long day in the sun with mucho beben caipirinhas. So it was a nice big boat, our small group of 6 got there first and Freddie told us to sit on the soft play platform in the middle cos that was the best seat. Then the other two much larger groups turned up and went straight upstairs. We had to stay strong though so we couldn't cave and join them upstairs and meet new people until our first stop, by this point everyone ...
... and never had it before on the BBQ! Bed early for us all.
Day 12: Breakfast on the beach with fantastic views. Claire and I went over in our pjs much to Patricks disgust saying 'you'll be like the oul ones from town!' We decided to go kayaking for the day. Sophie was our guide and we had a great day, went to a private beach, a tunnel in a flooded forest (felt like Pocahontas!), had ...
... a few minutes which was a good laugh.
After returning back that night we had a few beers with some of the English girls staying at the hostel and called it a day. We would have liked another day to go see nearby Trinidade or the waterfalls with the giant sliding rocks and 10m high jumps but unfortunately we ran out of time. It was a quick but fun stop in Paraty ...
... myself now writing this on my 6th (and final!!) evening. It's just one of those places which sucks you in and makes you want to stay longer. Perhaps the breakfast buffet on the beach each morning, or drinking caiprinhas in the hostel bar each night whilst waiting for the menu of the day to be delivered to your table. Whatever it is, there has certainly been a wealth of things for me to do, which have required very little effort and have shown me the best of ...