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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... to have second thoughts, so before I could think any further I asked the English girl who was having a nervous break down if I could go before her. She accepted and I leapt straight away. The water was much, much more shallow than I thought. My knee buckled slightly as I hit the sandy bottom, but no harm was done. I then called Steph to take a photo and proceeded to scramble across the gap in the boulder on my own, jumping straight away before I could think about ...
... a) I didn't have my credit card with me and b) there's no way I could carry any more than one bottle for what remains of my trip!! By this time the heavens had opened and we were being treated to one of Paraty's best tropical rain storms, which didn't particularly enthuse any of us for the next waterfall stop. Luckily though, we were the only group to have braved it and had the joy of sliding down the rocks like a giant slide all to ourselves!! There was also ...
... Rebecca our group leader about perhaps getting a job in the travel biz...not a lot of pay but travel Feeling very relaxed and sat and watched an any colony working.....felt like I was high but just calm. Went to dinner at a place in town and had a great pasta dish and ate to much and drank some great cheap wine...need to watch my food intake...feeling heavy again. Walked backed....weather is hot but ...
... Also there was a sign on the wall saying 'we are watching you'....!!! In fact, at one point on the second evening I was talking with some other travellers in the courtyard and they told us to go elsewhere as their child was asleep...sorry but if you take backpackers into your property you are to expect some chatting!
So on the first day I needed to buy a camera (as mine broke in Rio) but when I got to the store it ...
... and I think there must have been about 15-20 people on board, so enough room for everyone.
We spent about 5 hours sailing around the coastline and past the many islands that are scattered along the coast. There were three stops that were made along the journey where we could jump off and go for a swim. The first one I decided against as I was too happy soaking up the rays, but the second one I did and the water felt a little cold, but I soon adjusted to ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center