Our next stop was Itanhaem where we camped at Camping Club Brazil. It was cloudy and the beach empty. Today we had heavy rain all day, heavy traffic and again flooded roads.
Took the ferry to Bertioga, only a 15 minute crossing. Everyone on the ferry came over to talk to us and take pictures, Bruna, a university student spoke very well english, and did some translating for me. All wanted to see the camper inside. Even met an exchange student from New Brunswick, she also was surprised to see a BC plate and the Canada flag.
Now we are parked at a Shell station across from a food fair where you can get all kinds of food from different parts of the world.
Marcos saw our camper and came over to talk to us, he had spent 3 years in Australia and is fluent in english. He and Precillia have a crepe stand at the fair. For tomorrow we are invited to his home and he will take us to see the special places there. Again but not surprising anymore, how open and friendly people are.
Hugs to all. PS Pictures to follow when better WiFi