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the trip has started!

It was really difficult to leave Sao Paulo. I enjoyed a lot the time, the atmosphere of the city and of course people i met over. Finally on monday i pushed myself to go up north. From the beginning i had some, i would call it "lows" in travelling. At the beginning i didn't catch a bus at 8 am to Paraty, cause i wake up too late. When i arrived to the bus station i realized there are no tickets for the next bus at 12 am. So i decided to change my plan. First i went to Ubatuba, which is supposed to be nice but it isn't. Then i wanted to catch a bus to Paraty. Unfortunatelly it was not a good idea, cause i arrived to Paraty at midnight and realized that the french guy who is supposed to wait for me on his boat had to sail somewhere... So i was in the middle of the night, in the middle of nowhere. But everything ended up just perfect. I found a really nice hippie hostel with really nice hippie owners... There were plenty of backpackers travelling just like i do. Finally i changed my plans and stayed in Paraty one night longer. The following day i made a boat trip. I felt like in moovie "The Beach" There are so many georgous beaches around Paraty. I couldn't belive my eyes. I was in paradise for sure!

Next was Rio but only for a day and a night. I suppose i will return the following week but don't know exactly when. Carla- the girl i'm staying with is creazy but in a possitive way. Talks a lot and comparing to me she is a real devil. I mean i am an angel comparing to her. I'm sure she is not angry if she is reading this. She showed me around Rio. The most exciting was a ride to Santa Theresa with the trolley. More about Rio next week.

And finally the weekend on the farm with Thiago and his family. So all the time i thought i'm going to Uberlandia but i was wrong. I'm in Cassilandia. It is a different state and actually it is hard to mix this two cities but sillyhead Aga did it! I was probably wrong cause Natalia was always associating Thiago with Uberlandia where he went to high school. Anyway staying on the farm was a totally new experience. We had spent the whole day on the farm with a lot of cows, pigs and other animals. Thiago was suppose to help in vaccining the cows and i was supposed to help him but i was just a papparazzi, making tones of pictures.

Thiago's family is lovely. Thanks to them I felt like home. Cassilandia- the town where Thiago grew up is really small. There are of course adventages and disadventeges of living in such a small place. The biggest adventage is the feeling that you are safe. You can go out alone in the middle of the night and nothing bad will happen to you.
Besides i like a lot the views. I have never seen in my life such a mixture of colours: very red ground, very green trees and a blue blue sky. It's a beautiful view!

What's more. Good news. Brazilians are like polish. They eat pizza with ketchup, yeaaa I love it

Posted by SENDI 04:27 Archived in Brazil

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Sounds like so much fun! Oh, I want to be there as well! Greetings to Thiago!

by NataSendAl

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