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Beach Time, Brazil

Paraty and Ubatuba

sunny 90 °F

Brazil’s coastline between Rio and Santos is simply amazing. It is lined with beautiful sandy beaches, super warm clear blue waters and rocky islands that spear out of the water commanding attention like they were in a movie set. We home based in Paraty first and then Ubatuba on our way to Sao Paulo.

The old cobbled street colonial town of Paraty was one of the nicest historical old towns that we’ve been in. Walking along through the streets was unusually enjoyable with colorful bright paint and a quiet feel.

Paraty was full of surprises, including a micro brewery (cervejaria) called Cabore, a schooner boat trip to islands and beaches with a live guitarist serenading our snorkeling, as well as a natural waterslide along a rockface!

Another big surprise for us was when we found out that our hostel in Ubatuba was actually 15K away from the city. A blessing in disguise, as it turned out to be our favorite hostel in Brazil! It was completely chill so we spent a few days relaxing on the long beaches, swimming, snorkeling with turtles and catch up on some planning.

Posted by Robin-and-Kevin 07:35 Archived in Brazil

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Beautiful!!!! I want to go :) Love the goggles and hat Kevin ;) Nice video Robinz!

by Megan DiBiase

really guys...
hats off to you...
its like true traveller spirit...
I love your blogs,
keep posting guys...
love ya....

by rajanpreet

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