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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 …
... unfortunately when Brazil dominated the game and David Luiz scored a screamer of a free kick we rightly got abused. Needless to say, we quickly went back after the game so Ash could change his shirt, where he fell into a drunken sleep at 7.30, before waking up for dinner a couple of hours later!
With a fantastic pousada with a cracking breakfast, Paraty was a perfect place to relax and unwind before a crazy few days in ...
... dingy peer.
A surprisingly delightful and safe hour or so passed and we arrived directly at the beach in front of our Pousada. Armed with a torch, we hiked with our backpacks through the jungle to reach the pousada (in the day, and without mahoosive backpacks only about 3minutes). We were greeted by the lovely owners who were eagerly awaiting our arrival and cooked us some delicious fish (it was almost midnight by now), and it was then definitely time for bed! We made ...
... competition for this. When we were there a teenager was doing some surfing. Completely crazy but it looked cool. After the rock slide we went for lunch at a pay per kilo restaurant. These are everywhere in Brazil, it's a big buffet where you pay depending on how much your plate weighs. A kilo is a lot of food. Everything looked so yummy the 6 girls on the trip all had nearly a kilo of food each! And we ate it all! Lunch over we had one more stop on the river. This ...
... of his pickings, they were tasty! but little did we know Fernando had another plan for the skin of the bananas........Fish bait!!
A short time later, we drew up anchor and headed for another deserted island where Fernando promised better snorkelling, he did not disappoint, Ross and i were amazed at the array of fish and how close they were prepared to come to us for a piece of banana. This wasn't even the highlight of this island, on land some 8ft ...