Pousada do Sandi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... especially Paraty are very much tourist areas that no-south Americans must go to; as many speak English and signs and menus are often bilingual. This is really funny when I walk past and they speak to me in English and I reply in Portuguese, or when I walk past English-speaking people trying to shout English louder and I can act as a translator...
Spent the rest of Thursday night chilling beside the pool and got the bus to Sao Paulo on Friday morning.
... to a city but in Buenos Aires there are far more. Firstly in many parts of the city it feels like Paris (they even call it "The Paris of the South"). The architecture is European alongside modern. Really odd. I've never seen anything like it. The other suburb worth visiting was La Boca. A place never to go at night but safe (ish) during the day. Although the police officer, we asked for directions from, said not to walk there otherwise "we will be shot" we opted for taking a ...
... spent my birthday in flip-flops. What a way to begin my 27th year!
The next day was sunny, so we jumped on the boat to do the boat/snorkelling tour. The rest of our group were Brazillian apart from a honeymooning Argentinian couple so conversation was a little bit patchy. However, we stopped at some nice little bays to admire the bluey greeny water and attempt to snorkel. The water was quite murky in most places, but on the second stop we saw ...
... people on
the beach we of course spent the time hiding in the shade. It wasn’t even that
hot and fairly cloudy, yet it was still too much for our Celtic/Michigandan
genes and red skin soon became the order of the day.
On day two on the island, being us we decided that a nice
leisurely boat trip to a beach on the other side of the island would just ...
... br> Turns out he gave up and just gave us a discount in lieu of correct change. So that’s a plus.
Then it turns out the prick at the gate is the pousada owner, Antwon (not his real name; for reasons described later on..).. who ushers us into the property that he owns and lives in with his wife and son. And suddenly I’m the one who feels like a prick because he’s a really nice guy. Their pousada is this lovely double story place with an upstairs ...