Vila Chico Hotel Fazenda
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
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... been my favourite experience so far! The birds were also incredible – so brightly coloured! With the weather forecast set for rain and wind for the next few days we decided to move on to Paraty, which is a colonial town a little further down the coast. I met a surprising number of other British backpackers in Paraty and my first encounter of them was pretty hilarious (although perhaps not so much for them...!) Maybe it's a little ...
... to cook. The highlight of our time here was the green lagoon. The island boasts several great areas for snorkeling the most popular of which is blue lagoon. Due to the crowds and expense of getting there we opted instead for the less popular green lagoon where we enjoyed several hours of snorkeling with only a few other boats for company. Beautiful coral and bizarre fish were easy to spot and follow as we cruised the reefs. Overall ...
... no gringos ever order such a normal Brazilian dish; apparently to “be Brazilian” they have Brazilian steak dinner but with fries, never rice and beans...
Spent the rest of the night at the hostel, its the off season in Paraty at the moment so it was quite quiet; lots of restaurants and bars were closed.
The forecast for Wednesday was thunderstorms and it was correct. Me and a few people from the hostel/transfer walked to the pier and ...
... the world and despite the wind, its definitely the best beach I've ever been to! The waves are the kind on those surf shows (that are often on in the background of bars and stuff) and the sand was like super fine flour. Its also 2 km long with ************e on it!
After the speed boat back (which was at sunset...amazing...) we all stayed in the hostel and played cards on the beach-side balcony because there was an all you can eat BBQ at the hostel. ...
... after a good night's rest the same group of us set off this morning and actually found the hat shop. It was an absolutely joyful moment and we felt elated- I imagine how Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing felt when they summited Everest. I bought a lovely lilac number with a bow (agreed by the group to be the most English hat in the shop) and Nicole treated herself to a hat too. Everyone else enjoyed the timber boats and paddles from ...