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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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It has been a while since we have updated our blog and we have left the Amazon, gone into Argentina, left Argentina for Brazil, gone back into Argentina and then back to Brazil. The Amazon was an adventure. First up, there was a strike in the Amazon are where the government was trying to make the squatters, who were extracting gold from the area near the Amazon river, leave the area. This resulted in violent clashes where at least 2people had been killed. ...
... 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 ...
... listened to live jazz on the hostel's deck. I'd say Dave had a fair bit to do with ensuring my birthday abroad was perfect and I'm forever grateful. As I also am to the Kiwis who made such an effort for someone they only met the day before.
"Number #1 reason why you get travel vaccinations: believe it or not we got a bit of flak for getting travel vaccinations, due to the potential side effects...(Parents, doesn't this sound like child vaccinations?) If I remember correctly ...
... other around often. Through our discussions we realized that we were on the same flight to Sao Paulo on the 23rd with them carrying onto Paraty and us carrying onto Agra dos Reis to catch a ferry to Ilha Grande. We hadnīt done a ton of research when it came to buses so I asked them how they were getting to Paraty and they told us that they decided to hire a private van for a quick shuttle to Paraty over taking the bus. It is a bit more ...
... dingy peer.
A surprisingly delightful and safe hour or so passed and we arrived directly at the beach in front of our Pousada. Armed with a torch, we hiked with our backpacks through the jungle to reach the pousada (in the day, and without mahoosive backpacks only about 3minutes). We were greeted by the lovely owners who were eagerly awaiting our arrival and cooked us some delicious fish (it was almost midnight by now), and it was then definitely time for bed! We made ...