Pousada Morro do Forte
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... to Dubai.
We like flying long haul. Though it was a night flight that didn't stop us pressing the buzzer every 30 minutes (a trick we learnt from flying in India) to order our fair share of complimentary free drinks. Not just enough to send us into a peaceful sleep, but enough for us to watch 3 films in a row, followed by us dancing in our seats at 4am to the fantastic Motown playlist Claire managed to find on the inflight entertainment system. We had about 20 ...
... I caught a last minute boat tour to Lagoa Azul for BBQ, snorkeling, and more amazing beaches! I was fortunate enough to make a bunch of new friends from all over on the boat tour, Brazil, England, Argentina, and even California. (side-note up until a day ago ALL of the American backpackers I've met were from California... get it together you other 49, open up your minds and get on the road!) Anyways, the boat trip was awesome and I took all of my ...
Now free to explore Paraty after a few morning chores we wandered onto the cobbled port streets. In daylight we got a real sense of its Portuguese architecture and it looks like not much has changed in a few hundred years. Everyone is in their havianas and probably not the best footwear when navigating the uneven roads.
After wandering for a little while we met the rest of the group and went to the harbour where we boarded our schooner for our afternoon ...
Parathy is a lovely old port town, with an old port area. Amusingly at high tide the sea floods the streets. The streets have rocks, not paving, it's a real challenge to walk down the road.
It's not Mel's Birthday until the 14th, but Franco didn't think it would be good to celebrate it on the road, leaving Rio, so we did it in Parathy.
It was good to surprise her, but Ty and Raoul nearly let it out the bag with an email. They had left the truck as ...
... machine, which made swimming fun. We found a few sources of natural water coming down from the surrounding jungle and so were able to have both water that was fit enough for drinking on one side of our camp, and a big natural bath of fresh cool running water to bathe in at the other side. We encountered snakes, spiders, hummingbirds, fireflies, crabs, and a beautiful waterfall ten minutes inland, that we found by boldly following one of the rivers back through the jungle ...