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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A beach paradise located in between the two metropolises of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Paraty is a worthwhile destination no matter what your travel style is. Paraty was first settled by the Portuguese in 1667. Its old churches, cobbled streets and nearby forests, waterfalls, islands and emerald-green sea attract lots of tourists interested …
... in a nearby store- we will go back tomorrow to make some purchases! As it was dark we couldn't see much and most of our attention was spent navigating over the giant cobbles. We were thrown at one point when Tim shouted, "I've broken my thong!". I thought it was a bit of an unnecessary, personal declaration until I realise he was an Aussie and was talking about his flipflop! Everyday we have to hear the English language butchered by these people ;) The highlight of the ...
... Shaun got distracted and started chasing birds, soon after 2 dogs joined him. Caught the local bus to a waterfall. This waterfall was a massive rock used as a slide. My bum was too boney for that slide but Tom and Shaun gave it a go. Once a month there's a party in this town and it was tonight. As soon as we got there about 6 dogs started attacking each other, growling, biting each other's back and necks. Then Tom yells out NO DOG SHOTS! Good one Tom. A local broke it up ...
... I caught a last minute boat tour to Lagoa Azul for BBQ, snorkeling, and more amazing beaches! I was fortunate enough to make a bunch of new friends from all over on the boat tour, Brazil, England, Argentina, and even California. (side-note up until a day ago ALL of the American backpackers I've met were from California... get it together you other 49, open up your minds and get on the road!) Anyways, the boat trip was awesome and I took all of my ...
... 3 nights there in a funky beachhut hostel right on the waterfront. The town is lined with coble stone streets and white buildings with brightly coloured windows and shutters. people selling cakes from street side trollies, horse and carriages still used as transportation and harbour full of cute little fishing boats. Our itinerary included sunbathing, swimming, ...