Pousada Laguna Blue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Parati is a beautiful old historical town dating back to 1800. It has no roads in the centre only huge cobbled streets which take a bit of getting used to. We stayed on Jacqubara Beach which had a lovely chilled out Brazilian vibe. It is also famous for its Mangrove Forests which make the water really muddy. As you can see from the pictures Bella and Freddie used it for a natural exfoliation. For the Smeads its the closest we have come ...
... unfortunately when Brazil dominated the game and David Luiz scored a screamer of a free kick we rightly got abused. Needless to say, we quickly went back after the game so Ash could change his shirt, where he fell into a drunken sleep at 7.30, before waking up for dinner a couple of hours later!
With a fantastic pousada with a cracking breakfast, Paraty was a perfect place to relax and unwind before a crazy few days in ...
... appear and ask for permission to punch him in the abs. Steve appears from nowhere. Enter Frankie. I haven't seen someone this ******, friendly or over-excited in a long time. He's like an over-energised puppy dog. There's a Facebook page called 'when you meet someone who is as drunk as you are and you immediately become best friends'. It was that. We talk and the Norwegians are too friendly for me and Steve's normality but it's great. We all follow some locals for some reason, ...
... to have second thoughts, so before I could think any further I asked the English girl who was having a nervous break down if I could go before her. She accepted and I leapt straight away. The water was much, much more shallow than I thought. My knee buckled slightly as I hit the sandy bottom, but no harm was done. I then called Steph to take a photo and proceeded to scramble across the gap in the boulder on my own, jumping straight away before I could think about ...
After visiting the waterfalls our plan was to head to Paraty – a little coastal historic and colonial town in the state of Rio. It was first settled by the Portuguese in 1667. Its old churches, cobbled streets and nearby forests, waterfalls, islands and emerald-green sea attract lots of tourists interested in mixing cultural tourism and more natural settings. To get there we had to go to Sao Paulo first to change to ...