Pousada do Sandi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Pousada do Sandi Paraty
Travel Blogs from Paraty
... I awoke really early. So as soon as the sun came up I was out the door to explore. Wow, this place is just breathtaking. In fact it's paradise. Seriously I'm pinching myself every five minutes. Picture jungled mountains plunging into secluded bays of emerald green water. After soaking in the scenery for a while at Jabaquara beach, I walked into the historic centre. Cobblestone streets and beautiful old buildings with brightly colours ...
... boat trip we decided to go ahead anyway, with
our rooms in disarray we headed off to the port where unsurprisingly we sat
delayed whilst the tardy took their sweet time to board, did these people not
understand we had cocktails to drink!?
About 45mins behind schedule we finally left port and headed
for our first swim stop, with nature once again providing a scorcher the anchor
had barely gone down and we were diving from the top deck of the boat, ...
... I don't spend much money I am quite particular. In the mean time I've borrowed a spare pair James bought a couple of days ago. They are the same shape and style as Mama's so I look really ridiculous. On the plus side they were slightly cheaper at about £2.50. Ed, Sam, Rach, Viv, James, Lucy & I caught what we thought was a 20minute bus to a nearby beach in Trinidade was more like 50. After a spate of ...
... the beach have run out of sandwiches by the time hunger sets in so instead we tuck into some banana cake and crisps. Chris, Mark and Jim are further down the beach and when I see them throwing a frisbee to each other, I join in for a while before heading to the sea for another swim.
Before it's time to leave Lucy and Abby join me for one last time in the water. Clouds have now crept into the path of the sun and we take this as a cue to pack up and make our way ...
... was VERY wrong so we had a nice wee wander about town, seeing scary birds along the way - to a black+white beach, another old prison (this used to be a pirate place too before!), cool pool (literally), old aqueduct and then (another hike) up to a little waterfall and back to the beach just in time for the boat home. Otherwise ilha grande has been mainly spent reading on a hammock and monkey spotting - my new favourite past times! ...