Pousada do Sandi
Travel Blogs from Paraty
when in paraty must stay at pousada do sandi, well ocated at historical center, people well trained and many options of beachs, boats and the local restaurant pipo restautant , the up most modern italian cuisine
As you have read, leaving Rio was hard, we all wanted to remain and play on the beach. On the morning of our departure Ian and I joined the early morning joggers and walkers and jogged our way down to Copacabana. Around us were people of all ages working out either on the beach, on the pavement or on the cycle path. There were fit people …
So I finally made it to parati 4 days ago. The first two nights I stayed in a hostel and I then moved to the pousada that the wedding was being held in. The first day in Parati was quite relaxed. I just wandered around the town and did some sun bathing. I got a little bit burned but not badly. That night I went to the Pousada do Sandi to meet up …
... the beaches around Paraty (luckily the rum did not have a lasting effect - it tasted pretty pure - and rancid!!). Some of the beaches were absolutely beautiful and it was lovely to sit out in the glorious sunshine.
In the late afternoon we visited the remains of a fort and on the way back found a Thai restaurant which we visited for dinner - yum!! We sat out in the square for beer o clock (caiprinha o'clock for Jo) and played our first game of travel ...
... s a lovely town! The following morning we ventured out to see the old fort on the other side of the river to the old town. It had some great views out over the ocean and lots of cannons. As always they were built by the british! However were for the Portuguese to protect their gold. We managed to grab some lunch before the bus over to Sao Paulo and had a perfect spot for our new sport - people ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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