We unsuccessfully tried to leave the rain behind in Trinidade. We kept moving up the coast and checked out Parati Mirim and Paraty.

This is one of those places that looks good from any angle, and one of the oldest cities in Brazil. And, it’s sinking. The one-armed crabs are taking over the streets!

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4 thoughts on “Paraty

  • January 18, 2013 at 7:34 AM

    wow reminds me of home. If you ever make it to Europe and Portugal, you will see many similaritites. Aargh gotta stop reading :p

  • January 18, 2013 at 7:47 PM

    Looks like you are having a great time in the right areas of Brazil. Unfortunately this is the time of the year that rains a lot in these coastal areas.

    I drove my split kombi from Sao Paulo down to Montevideo on the first week of Jan, loaded it in a container there to ship it to Australia. Shame we couldn’t catch up.


  • January 28, 2013 at 2:52 PM

    “The one-armed crabs are taking over the streets!”
    run for your lives! hahaha

    love to see you had such a great time in here, but too bad for the rainy weather…

    ps: get to praia do pontal for a caipirinha in the gecko chill bar kiosk and keep on with the joy

    happy travels!

  • February 8, 2013 at 4:54 PM

    I envy (in a good way) your lifestyle. Congratulations, beautiful landscapes, beautiful pictures and beautiful family. Life is a journey to three stations: action, experience and memory!

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