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Guarapari was just a technical stop on our way to the Abrolhos archipelago.  Nice town.

Guarapari, Brazil

And on the way there we caught a nice Mahi mahi that Yuka cooked to perfection.

Mahi Mahi in Brazil

We anchored in front of a gated community with beautiful villas along a natural reserve, where wealthy people from Vitoria have their vacation houses. Mostly coffee exporters, I heard.

Gated community in Guarapari

We felt very welcomed by the people living there, and the guards let us land with the dinghy on the beach and take a Uber to go downtown and visit the only monument that survived in town:  Igreja de Nossa Senhora da Conceição.

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The town is very new with the usual tall buildings along the beach, a nice waterfront but not much more.  It was a Saturday, and it was interesting to watch people enjoying the beach.

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Time to get to Vitoria, another technical stop on the way to the Abrolhos archipelago!

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