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Travel Blogs from Paraty
We spent over a week in Paraty. Paraty is an old colonial city, 400 kilometers from Rio en route to Sao Paulo. Itīs a beautiful, although very touristy, old town and a national historical heritage site with beaufiful beaches surrounded by mountains. Beaches are numerous, accessible by bus (there is one beach by the city/pousadas - Jabaquara - it's …
Waking up from our last bush camp we were all relieved to be on the final stretch of our journey to the beach! As it's holiday season, the roads were busy and it was only 7.30am. We were lucky with the traffic until mid morning when we started to approach Paraty and its surrounding towns. By this stage the traffic on the highway had come to a stand still and with the sun beating ...
... walk, we had to cross several large streams, which doesn't sound like much, but they flow very quickly, over rocks, and I'm sure if you were to stand in them, you would get knocked over by the current. There are bridges over these streams as they are popular spots for locals, but when I say bridge, I mean they take a rotten plank, and place it at a jazzy angle to the underneath rotten plank- it's like you are walking over a game of bloody kaplonk! When we got to the ...
... come over to me and then just flips out and bit me on the hand. Thankfully I reacted pretty quick and I pulled my hand away quick enough to just feel his teeth but not get hurt. Then the hostel owner says something along the lines of "oh did he bite you? yeah, watch out, he does that a lot". Cool then. The hostel gives a free caiparinha (brazilian cocktail, its delicious) every night, so we went to have that which turned into a full blown night out. Probably one of the ...
... took it in turns to check out the water, which was really nice and although the waves were big, they weren't too powerful. We then got hungry so went into Trindade to get some chips. We were joined by a Finnish woman who works at the hostel and two new English guys. After lunching with them we walked to the falls and finally found them this time. They weren't that great and nothing compared to Toboga. After the falls we went back to the beach and sat on the rocks hoping we might see ...
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