Pousada do Corsario
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It took most of the day to get to Paraty (para-tee) by mini bus and by the time I arrived at 6pm it was pitch black. It's never ideal to arrive in a new place in the dark because you can't get your bearings... which is really useful for the next day. The coastal scenery along the way was pretty spectacular but if you get travel sickness the winding roads would turned your stomach for sure. I opted to stay on the beach side of Paraty rather ...
... dog had just died,
not wanting to intrude we didn’t stay long and headed home for some rest.
Day broke and it was booze cruise time but we had a slight
issue, what was originally intended to be a flight at noon the next day had
changed to midnight tonight. Much speculation surrounded whether there was a
change or just an inability to read a ticket. However with this in mind it made
our days timeframe rather compressed.
Having already paid up ...
A decent nights sleep for a change but I still felt pretty tired. The free breakfast is pretty decent and we ate it whilst overlooking the sea. It is already oven hot and it is looking to be a hot one. In sad news it looks like I left my sunglasses in yesterdays taxi. Disappointed about this, last time I lasted about 10 months before leaving them behind. I also think it'll be hard to find suitable replacements, ...
... It is now the end of our tour and we head back to town on the boat, with manymy complementary caipirinhas being served and drunk before we arrived back on land.
Later that night I meet the girls for dinner at another fish restaurant slightly further into town, but still on the beach front. We are pretty full from the enormous lunch but still manage to finish a large fish sharing platter before parting ways and heading to bed.
The next day is sunny and warm ...
... lucky to be sharing it with two great couples - Nick and Rachelle from Australia and Erik and Enrique from the Netherlands. We all immediately hit it off and basically spent the next few days drinking far too much cheap beer and playing a lot of cards. One night, after some very silly drinking games, the Dutchies and I decided to go skinny dipping. For some reason, Colin didn't fancy jumping into the sea at 2am (despite my drunken pleas), so the three of us ...