Pousada Paraty Quinta da Floresta
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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... We went back to the hotel, showered and took a nap.
We then headed back into town to explore the historical centre of Paraty. The vibe was awesome and we found a lot of bars and restaurants tucked away and a lot of brightly coloured doorways and windows.
We found a nice little authentic Brazilian (Turkish) restaurant and tucked into some local delicacies (I had a chicken kebab and Nav had a veggie kebab). ...
... day of downtime and obviously, after a few drinks, is great fun! (Although Linda does end up getting very drunk and also ends up with a massive bruise on her leg after deciding to jump from the top of the boat…) It’s pretty obvious the group is getting on well – half of the other group even admit that our group is better! Linda and I were going to dive the next day but had canned that idea early ...
... better park infrastructure, a cheaper price, and more Brazilians than Argentineans. But it is true that it needs to be seen from both sides, so we would recommend seeing it from Brazil, with just a simple day excursion to the Argentinean side. On the Brazil side, we also visited a bird park near the falls where we got to wander around with some wildlife, stroking strangely unperturbed toucans. There’re a few photo’s from the park, and a few from the falls featuring ...
... see. I wish I had brought my bathingsuit, but it was in for laundry. The rocks could be used as a slide at the one falls and people had lots of fun doing from the pool at the top to the one at the bottom. I can tell it has been awhile since I did any long distance biking... my butt was sore after that!
In my room, were a group of Brazilians from Rio who were on a high school reunion trip. They spoke a little English, and so we could talk. We drank some ...
... From this base we explored Paraty for the next 3 days. After our evening introduction to the historic centre the next day we met a fun couple from New York. As we got talking it was strange to find out 1. They got married in June (like us) 2. Jen was a pescitarian (like Sanj) 3. Jason was a veggie (like me ) Anyway we were glad to hear that they had also chosen to book on the boat tour so we all went off to the pier ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool