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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... São Paulo we left the plane with hand luggage weighing twice as much as when we boarded containing enough food to feed us for the next two days and enough vodka to host a party. Thank you Emirates.
With a population of 19 million! São Paulo is the biggest city in the Southern Hemisphere. You would think there is a lot to see, but actually there isn't...
We never wanted to visit São Paulo. It doesn't really house anything ...
... 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 ...
... across the road from Jabaquara beach. It was truck clean time again and as it was so hot we decided to all muck in and do the clean whilst we were already hot and sweaty. This time we all knew what we had to do, so in one and half hours we had finished. After a much needed shower and with some clean clothes on we enjoyed our last cook group dinner, consisting of BBQ meats ...
Here the Portuguese have left their mark. Paraty, confused with 'Party' at a quick glance, is actually not a party town but a beautiful colonial town full of tat buying tourists. Painted white with multicoloured balconies the houses, shops, cafés and restaurants line the streets. Perfect for a pleasant stroll, but not much else. It was raining and we were struggling to remain positive! Sundowners on the beach turned to heavy ...
... were on a four stop trip first stop middle of the ocean some little rock formation with nice fish, lovely water, a palm tree - Robinson Cruso kinda style paddled round was lovely. Second stop was some little island which was clearly home to some rather rich people, we felt at home there! In the little bay thing we got in maybe tripped over a waste pipe but we won't mention that again (possible Blackpool reference again but ...