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... off the boat with some of the other boarders. Ash then wanted to do a dive - even though I told her it wouldn't be a good idea. She ended up doing this half dive half bomb which turned into a body slam that looked (and she later described) as painful. We did some more jumps and then headed back on the boat. Back on the boat we spent some time talking to the elderly australian couple who were lovely and who we took a selfie with. We also found one of the ...
... jeep. He said, the place is too dangerous to swim.
We passed by a fishing village as we continued. Our guide asked us to stop for 30 minutes for lunch, It was only just 12:15 pm and none of us wanted to eat. (I had a heavy breakfast -- cooked myself omelette -- my host doesn't cook but gave me all I needed: bread, fruits, cheese, coffee, juice… I was spoilt!) We continued and came upon this cozy, enclosed beach with mountains at the back and hills on both ...
... with her three dogs. As it was the town's birthday week, each night the town square held a festival with a band and professional samba dancers. We went one night with some friends and loved it! There were many street vendors selling drinks (your allowed to drink alcohol anywhere in public in Brazil). Everyone's favourite was a lady with a large fruit stand who let you pick your own fruits (loads to choose from) and liquor for 10 reals (about 4 ...
... water which is filled with little stands for food and cachaca tasting. We had dinner in another lovely little restaurant, with Kate briefly abandoning Craig to go and see one of the processions of costumed drum players going past. We had thought the town was full of live music before but now it was positively buzzing with musicians and groups singing and dancing on street corners. We are very glad we extended our stay.
Day 17 - Festival
After a ...
... a few minutes which was a good laugh.
After returning back that night we had a few beers with some of the English girls staying at the hostel and called it a day. We would have liked another day to go see nearby Trinidade or the waterfalls with the giant sliding rocks and 10m high jumps but unfortunately we ran out of time. It was a quick but fun stop in Paraty ...