P a r a t y - eine Kolonialstadt unter Denkmalschutz am Randes Regenwaldes...
09. bis 11.11 - drei sehr schöne beeindruckende Tage
Gitta, Dirk, Herbert, Oli, Max & Thiemo - alle an Board

[..]"Located on the coast of the state of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, Paraty (or Parati) is a preserved Portuguese colonial and Brazilian imperial (1822-1889) town. Paraty has become a popular tourist area in recent years, renowned for the beauty of the town and of the magnificence of the coast and mountains in the region.[..]

The town is located on the Bay of Angra dos Reis, which is dotted with tropical islands. Rising up some 1,000 meters behind the town are the tropical forests, mountains, and waterfalls of the Sea Range (Serra do Mar) in the Serra da Bocaina National Park.[..]

Paraty was founded formally as a town by Portuguese colonizers in 1667, in a region populated by the Guaianás Indians."[..]

original from: www.riodejaneirophotoguide.com

Video Boat-Cruising

die Cachaza Destillerie...

Oli's Alptraum... :-)