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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... and there was a bed going spare. I later discovered he'd only offered because he'd seen the angry bites on my legs and felt sorry for me. So at least something good has come out of the blasted things. Paraty is beautiful. The beaches rival those I saw at Ilha Grande and it has a quaint old part of town with cobbled streets, colourful window shutters and whitewashed walls. I took an island-hopping boat trip from the harbour ...
... Dave was on cooking duty with half the group. This meant a three hour shopping trip to find Brazilian ingredients to feed 23 people. Later that evening, as the sun was setting, the lovely bunch of Kiwis we had befriended (Dane, Ashka, Lesley and Dee) surprised me with a few bottles of wine. To my amusement, our tour leaders made a birthday card from the group and cakes with candles were brought out. The Kiwis also cooked me my favourite meal and we drunk $2.5 caprahinas ...
We started the day with a big feed
from the owner(Pablo) of our hostel in his bigger hostel, called
Backpackers. He gave us an all you can eat breakfast for €2.50.
The breakfast was amazing and so fresh. This guy is a food hero.
Today was set to be the hottest yet and
we were looking for something to do in the sun. Pablo arranged for
a trip to the local waterfalls in his van. We agreed to come
... regretted our choice. We're not fussy but the food was inedible and cold. Unfortunately trying to explain this to the owner who didn't speak a word of English wasn't easy and in the end we just walked out. We're still not sure what was on our plates but the taste lingered for hours!
Kelly also seems to think its important for me to mention that she beat me at FIFA.
... evening in Brazil we went out for pizza (because you can have too much rice and black beans) but we kept it authentic by finding a whole in the wall bar which did potent caiprinhas in 700ml servings. Our first long bus journey was quite comfortable really and we arrived in Foz do Iguacu ready and raring to go (if not a little smelly). We set off to view the Brazilian side of the iguazu falls, and we were not disappointed. A ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking