Aqui e Para Ti
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I was the only 'independent' traveler and all the rest were couples. Sigh… at least I had the front seat and the guide's attention!
I decided I'll just stay one more night in Paraty. I am not ready to leave just yet so I booked a night with the same tour agency, Ecotours Paraty. Russ said that their private air-conditioned rooms are in a different pousada. He walked with me 200 meters to show me -- and as luck would ...
After Sao Paolo and before Rio Carnival all I've wanted to do is hang out on the beach and recoup / conserve my energy. So I headed first to a place called Paraty to do just that. Paraty is a beautiful colonial town on the beach, a 6 hour bus ride away from Sao Paolo. On the bus I met a Dutch guy called Stephan who was staying on the same street as me (on the beach, literally). He had some other british friends ...
... s apparently very healthy. Tonight we decided to hang out at the campsite. We got the twister out and played a few mean games of that. All had much fun. I have to say, I'm feeling pretty comfortable with the bunch of people that is our tour group (with the exception of Amy and Charlotte, who continue to alienate people and keep themselves separate). Sad it's nearly all ...
As I mentioned in my last post the cold and rain was a little dreary in Sao Paulo, but rather than heading straight to Rio I decided to break the journey a little and travel 6 hours by bus to a little beach town called Paraty (in the state of Rio de Janeiro). Making my way to the main bus station in Sao Paulo I was pleasantly surprised to find my bus for the next 6 hours was actually decent and ...
... he holds out his hand to me and grunts “Tip.” If I don’t understand (and the first time it happened I laughed jovially at the guy, assuming that tipping for this was his idea of a hilarious joke – not in Argentina, it seems), he shows me the other bills that other passengers have given him, and repeats the demand, “Tip.” In all our busses in Argentina, I think we ignored the first time this happened, paid half a dollar the second couple ...