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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we got back around 3pm we decided we didn't want the party to end so we all ran into the sea to go skinny dipping! The only problem being that it was in the afternoon and still a bit light so I think we gave the locals a bit of a fright! Oops!
I had got on really well with Josh and Ness so we decided to travel together to our next destination, Ilha grande (big island). To involved a two hour car journey and then an hours boat ride. Until next ...
... up to the hostel which is just about two miles away. It rained the whole way there, but luckily it didn’t rain all that hard. Not until I got to the hostel anyway. As soon as I got there and was under cover, the heavens opened up and it was pouring buckets.
We all hung out at the hostel bar drinking caipirinhas and beers, eating pizza, and exchanging travel stories from around the globe. It was a really nice ...
... back but the driver on the return thought he was
a rally cross driver sometimes hitting the kerb and throwing the bus around the
tight bends so that the trip back was 10 minutes quicker. Back in Paraty we walked
around the old town once more and watched the sunset down on the jetty with all
the brightly coloured boats. We went out for dinner with the group to a
Lebanese restaurant which was a nice change.
... at this point as there were plenty of hostels on the island. We befriended a Brazilian guy from Fortaleza - Rudar (he copped Rudie). He helped us look for accomodation walking around speaking with the locals. We met a guy who mentioned an apartment, 2 bedrooms & an on suite for 40 Reais (20NZD) each. On the way to this apartment we met a friend of his who snaked the sale, boasting of a similar apartment but with a kitchen for $45, as we'd ...
Day seven in Brazil. Number of itchy insect bites on my legs: 61 (no exaggeration) Number of pharmacies visited to find something to stop the itching: 3 Number of times I've considered leg amputation to stop the itching: 10 Number of Caipirinhas consumed to stop the itching: 186 (slight exaggeration) I left Ilha Grande for Paraty without a clue where I'd be staying that night as there was no WiFi available at the hostel to ...