Pousada do Sandi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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As sad as we were to be leaving Rio and our wonderful new friends, we were just as excited for what Paraty, a small beach town had in stall for us. We boarded the bus at 11:00 and arrived 4 and a half hours later in the lovely laid back town of Paraty.
Unfortunately we had to walk to our hostel. We had not ...
... fun night and we were chatting to lots of people. I also ran into Sophie, Emily and Tommy from Manchester. I had met them in Florianopolis. They were fun and we danced and had drinks together too. It was a really late night and lots of fun. I think at about 4am I finally went to bed. The next day was a slow start but it was so sunny so I got myself up and out. Elisha and I went to have a burger for lunch and then headed to the nicest beach that is nearby. I named it hangover ...
After almost a week in Rio together, we have finally joined our Tucan Tour. There's 14 passengers, mostly Brits, Aussies, an Irishman, Kiwi, 4 Germans and a Swiss. Time will tell, but seems like a nice group. As we are doing a Budget Expeditions tour, everyone is between 18 and 35. Pretty sure I'm the oldest passenger. It's quite strange being on the other side... A passenger rather than a tour leader! Thankfully our leader and driver are great... Phew! Day 7 was an ...
... 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 ...
... the bus driver clearly was unsure what the pedal next to the accelerator did. Still, we made it there and eventually found the ferry. The ferry is the only way to get supplies onto the island so while we waited we watched the small army of guys load coke cans, bags of rice, garlic cloves and everything else onto the boat, putting them down wherever they could. Ilha Grande is so isolated that you almost forget that it's part of Brazil. There are frequent ...