Pousada Laguna Blue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Olá again one and all, welcome back! So, we have left behind our dear old Rio along with our new friend (the big JC) as well all the beautiful sunsets and views (but not all the boobs and bums, more of these to come, after all it is Brazil!), and we're heading south for the small quaint colonial coastal town of Paraty, located about 300km south of Rio (but still just within the state borders of Rio de Janeiro). Elena, our lovely and helpful B&B host back in Rio had set us ...
For our second day we started early to beat the heat fitted out with our hiking boots. We walked ( mainly uphill) for about 4 kms to Palmas Beach, then on to Puossa then another 20 mins to Lopes Mendes, rated one of the top 10 beaches on Trip Advisor. And we immediately understood why .Beautiful wide beach with fine white sand, rocky headlands, and Atlantic Ocean surf which we just had to try ...
... asked me at one point. Through the waiter she tells me her granddaughter can speak four different languages. 'Cool' I say missing the point and her perplexedness at the inadequacy of this gringo that sits before her... I assume. 'Italian, English, Portugueze and French...' The other conversation at the table is between Bruno, the waiters 'blood brother' as he put it and Bruno's girlfriend. She had braces, he had a baseball cap, a cute good looking young couple with love ...
... park's biologist informed us, it was just another flavour for them.
Two activities were included for the full day on the Pantanel. In the morning we took Canadian canoes down the river with the aim of experiencing the Pantanel from another perspective. The Pantanal is famous for birdlife, with over 450 species to be seen. The river is a great place to see many kinds right up close.
After lunch we swapped the paddles for reins and jumped on our horses and went riding ...
... A successful few days of looking at old things, reading, swimming, meeting all kinds of different people (including a lot of Argentinians- it turns out a lot of them are having to look for work in Brazil at the moment because the economy is having a tough time there. Who knew?), and generally having a nice time. Also, our first experience of self-service ice cream by the kilo! We didnīt quite go the whole ...