Pousada do Sandi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It did give us time to have breakfast, we found a nice toasted sandwich place. I just had a cheese and ham one, but Greg had a banana and cheese sandwich. Interesting taste, but not something I would make at home. We had a private bus to take us to Paraty which we were sharing with one of the G Adventures group we had met last night. Again I slept on the journey. We stopped around 11:30 for lunch at a ...
... 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 ...
... for that pain of leaving the adventure, to go home.
In this particular leg of the trip, we will drive 45 hours over 18 days, covering 5 towns in Brazil. The following legs will cover countries such as Argentina, Peru, Chile and Bolivia. The 21 travellers on this leg will be with us on a 18 day road trip through to Buenos Aires. A third of the group are British, a third Kiwis and Aussies (as always we are well represented across the travelling scene) and a tiny handful of ...
... all of his possessions were stolen and had no choice but to sleep on the beach. Mansa slept by his side every night. Awwww. Mansa took it upon himself to follow us around, like our own guard dog. David had finally fallen for the charm of the loyal breed, "between here and Spain, I've really begun to like big dogs", he finally got it! 1-0. That same evening, we were followed home by a different dog, a very young and excitable pup. Gus and ...
Even earlier wake up and we head out in the open air jeep into the jungle. Along the way we see more of the animals we saw the day before plus monkeys. After an hour drive we go by foot into the jungle. Almost straight away we see a pair of parrots! Red macaws - absolutely beautiful! We carry on with a couple of hour trek and we see woodpeckers, toucans, more parrots, raccoons, another large rodent species (don't know the English name) ...