Pousada do Sandi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Redeemer! A man-sized copy of the more famous ones in Cusco and Rio, it stood there on the bottom of the sea, arms out-streched, all covered in corals, algae and kelp. How he got there is anyone's guess; I suppose Jesus's magical walking-on-water powers suddenly stopped functioning. The second dive proved less awesome, but with some cool rock trenches and the fact that my camera was there to document my constant travel companion's first dive, it was all OK.
... It is now the end of our tour and we head back to town on the boat, with manymy complementary caipirinhas being served and drunk before we arrived back on land.
Later that night I meet the girls for dinner at another fish restaurant slightly further into town, but still on the beach front. We are pretty full from the enormous lunch but still manage to finish a large fish sharing platter before parting ways and heading to bed.
The next day is sunny and warm ...
... s viewer. That night we were off to see the Cayman. Got a couple of good photos. Time to leave the Amazon and head off to Argentina. This is where it gets a bit tricky. To get into Argentina, Australians need to pay a tax to get into the country. We had paid but we lost the papers. Unfortunately the Airline didn't want to let us fly. We tried to pay again. The website wouldn't let us. Luckily we could show that the web site said we had paid so ...
... of the stunning scenery (could we have asked for better weather) and telling myself I need to get over it so that it doesn't ruin our day. Ash came down later to try and talk to me but I wasn't in the mood. Rach came later and I felt even more reluctant to talk to her. Eventually we came to our first stop. We could either jump into the water or catch the boat to sure. I couldn't wait to jump - and so I did! The water felt amazing! Not cold but just right. ...
After visiting the waterfalls our plan was to head to Paraty – a little coastal historic and colonial town in the state of Rio. It was first settled by the Portuguese in 1667. Its old churches, cobbled streets and nearby forests, waterfalls, islands and emerald-green sea attract lots of tourists interested in mixing cultural tourism and more natural settings. To get there we had to go to Sao Paulo first to change to ...