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... north along the coast past very many pretty beaches. The town itself
has restored its Portuguese colonial town centre. There are cobbled streets and
many picturesque churches and a beautiful beach lined port. On the edge of the
town is the old fort which the Portuguese built to protect their gold they took
back from here from pirates. The view from the hill top fort gives you ...
... to a beach area that had a spectacular setting, unfortunately the weather did not play its part so we ended up getting in the ocean to be warmer than on the beach in the rain. Our final day in Paraty we spent the day on a 'booze cruise' around the many wealthy islands, some of which are private islands. The water was fresh but was still warm enough to swim in. All you can drink caipirinha's made for an interesting and really enjoyable ...
... been doing it all it's life and will never learn that it will not win the battle!!! Tonight was supposed to be a special night - a total lunar eclipse! I had worked out exactly what time it would be: 4.45am! We all thought we would get up and enjoyed the event; we hadn't reckoned on the weather!!! Unfortunately you cannot witness things like an eclipse when it's cloudy!!!! Oh well, there will be another ...
... Probably the biggest observation is how well travelled these people are. Much of the group has done the likes of Africa extensively. The travel stories on this truck could form a book. I'm in my element!
The first morning of the tour, the Dragomen truck pulled up in front of the Rio Hotel and halted traffic for 10 minutes while we packed all the luggage into the truck. Rio Traffic mixed with horns brought back fond memories of India. Our first stop was to Paraty, ...
... Mendes, I have ever seen! Sarah, Matt, Claire, Patrick, David and I headed off together. You can't get a boat back from Lopes Mendes but you can hike back 15 minutes to a different beach and we watched the sun setting as we headed back to the town on the boat. Met Mana from Switzerland. Dinner out in a kebab/BBQ/Noodle restaurant and ended up in the famed (!) nightspot, Aquario. Mixture of locals and tourists, interesting and a few dodgy choons!
Day 9: Wednesday was another ...