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The port town of Paraty on the Brazilian coast south of Ihla
Grande is brilliant in its colonial authenticity.
We arrived just after noon and were lucky enough to be able to get into our
rooms, quickly freshening up we headed for a short tour of the town and grabbed
a lunch that was decidedly cheaper than what we had experienced previously.
After lunch we continued our wander around the streets which legend had it were
once made of gold however that ...
... potato. It was so tasty and a perfect setting on the calm waters of the bay. In the evening we had Salmon & rice washed down we more red wine.The final day we had a traditional Brazilian BBQ around the pool and Jacuzzi. Brazilian BBQs differ from English or Australian ones as they generally serve little bits and pieces as they are cooked rather than cooking it all and then telling everyone it’s time to eat. It’s definitely ...
... The walk was advised as 2.5 hours, however no one warned us of the terrain. Typical us headed for this trek in our havi's, about 20 mins in we realized what a mistake it was not to wear trainers like everyone else walking by... It was rocky and wet slushy mud most of the way up and down hill, we were slipping all over the place in this woodland - absolute muppets. Anyway it was worth ...
... we did manage to enjoy the beautiful cobbled streets lined with colourful houses, and the charm of a small market town which Paraty embodies. Ilhe Grande is a small island off the coast accessed by a cheap public ferry, and is a popular weekend jaunt for locals. The town itself is a mis-match of souvenir shops, restaurants and pousadas which all sit in front of the dense jungle covering most of the island. As well as the main beach where ...
... package (all food is included for 2 days - no cooking - yippee) we went on a safari drive though the Pantanal wetlands. Later that evening we took a night safari. It was mighty difficult not to compare the African safaris with those here. Most people fell asleep but were awoken to the sight of the endangered Giant Anteater. A strange looking fellow with a long snout for digging in termite mounds and Labrador-like tale for hiding during the day. 5-6 thousand jaguars are ...