Casa Turquesa

Address: Rua Dr. Pereira, 50, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B is located on Rua Dr. Pereira, 50, Paraty.
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Travel Blogs from Paraty

Pretty Paraty

A travel blog entry by willandrosie on Nov 22, 2014

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... br> The next morning, after a couple of sausage sarnies for breakfast, we ventured out from our hostel in search of the colonial old town that we had heard so much about. As we walked the concrete turned cobbles and high street stores turned to white washed buildings with brightly coloured doors and windows. We spent the morning meandering between souvenir shops and cute little cafes before finding ...

Ilha Grande

A travel blog entry by vickiponce on Jul 27, 2014

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... The next day showed us the island in all its glory! The sun was shining and countless little boats dotted the wide bay, while the forested hills rose up high above the town. We had a 'lanch' for lunch; rice, chips and a whole breaded fish, before heading up one of the numerous trails into the forest. The walk took us up the side of a hill, past some old aqueducts and into the jungle. It was really amazing walking through the jungle - it was very quiet, ...

Day 25

A travel blog entry by tsundy on Apr 06, 2014

... I had a cold drizzling shower and for Rach, it seemed the water had completely run out. Dayum. Moving on, we all go dressed and met Marc for dinner. Tbh he was kinda boring but oh wells. After dinner we got some dessert - I had Ferrero Roche ice cream! Yummy! After dinner we walked back the long way with Marc and then said goodbye! As soon as I got back, I took some panadol for my sore throat, wrapped my scarf around my neck - and praying I wouldn't wake up sick, went to ...

Paraty - My Favorite in Brazil

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Apr 01, 2014

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... though I would have enough time to at least have brunch. By the time I packed, changed money -- and luckily there was exchange for Australian because I have run out of USD -- I already got a call from Easy Transfers pick-up for Paraty. And I haven't even checked out. No kidding, Brazilians are on time!

Christine, the organiser, collected my money -- can only pay in cash. I decided to take her recommendation. I intended to stay for ...

Days 130-135: Pantanal to Paraty

A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Feb 27, 2014

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... of these drinks were enough to get anyone up dancing with the locals thinking they could do the samba. Half the time the lady was so caught up in the music and dancing as she mixed drinks that she forgot she was still pouring the alcohol in. It was really cool to see the families out with young children late at night all dancing the samba. Even the small kids were great dancers, you could tell they teach them young, as the moms were dancing ...