Pousada do Sandi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... different beaches and were transported into shore by
little zodiacs. We spent about thirty
minutes at each beach which gave us enough time to walk on the white sands of
the cove, searching for shells, and to take a quick dip in the silky warm
We anchored close to two different islands but didn’t go
ashore. These were great photo ops as
well as a fabulous place to eat the picnic ...
... 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 ...
... and handed it to me. Asked me to come further down from the top of the rock. I grabbed hold of the inch-think rope and felt my feet let go of the rock, swung my body up in the air and jumped straight into that cold water with a big splash! It was so much fun! So refreshing!
I had to do it again… and again… By the third time though, I had a little bit of a rope burn, jumping from the higher take-off point. My hands ...
... platform which looks out into the rainforest where the wife Suzanna takes yoga classes every day! She also baked the most amazing fresh cakes for breakfast- our guilty pleasure every morning!!
We did an early morning walk to a nearby natural swimming pool cut off from the sea which was stunning. I'm well aware of my over-use of the the worlds amazing, incredible and beautiful but this stretch of Brazil is so breathtaking- the area of coastline is ...
Our last stop in Argentina was a small town on the crossing of two rivers that pull together the corners of three countries, Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil. The star attraction (and it is big billing) of this town is the nearby colossus of nature known as Iguazu Falls. Don’t rely on our pictures, have a quick google. Iguazu (surprisingly pronounced exactly as you’d think) Falls are South America’s answer to Niagara Falls, and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature; ...