Pousada do Sandi
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... through the streets and the traditional sugar cane spirit called cachaca in its various forms is available everywhere.
Three significant churches occupy key points in the central area: the church built by and for slaves in 1725; the church for the freed people of mixed race, 1722; the church built in 1800 for the colonial white elite. The churches alone speak volumes about the lives of the various inhabitants of ...
A very cute town with cobblestone Main Street, tourist stores and restaurants. The town fronts the bay and plenty of islands Settled into our hotel and then the group headed to the beach for a quick dip and agua de coco (coconut juice) Showered from the extreme sweaty temperatures and went to an excellent seafood ...
... 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.
On our one day on the island we did a boat tour where we visited three beaches and had a BBQ lunch upon monkey island. We snorkeled in the clear waters near the rocks and were fortunate to see a species of fish we both hadn't seen in the flesh. The flying Gurnard used its semi-transparent wing like fins to move rock and spread its wings showing off its bright blue colours. Off course it was the one time I didn't take the under water camera so you will have to take our ...
Green hills, Incredible beaches, lush jungle and trails, ruins, waterfalls and surf. Some of the many things that make this island a fantastic place. If it wasnt for the girls kindly inviting me here i doubt i would have made it here at all. After a three hour bus ride and ferry boat we finally made it to the island. After checking into our hostel īstudio 99` we quickly dropped our bags in the dorm and headed straight to the beach to enjoy the evening ...