Praia Serena Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Day 8 - Transfer day. Off to Paraty, an old Portuguese colonial town on the Costa Verde. We had booked our boat/ bus trip with the same company as the Rio transfer, which was great but meant a hot couple of hours waiting in the morning. After a quick hop across to the mainland, we jumped on our minibus for a two hour drive down the Costa Verde. It …
... into the afternoon and carried on into the evening. Our small group grew as our card game of spoons became more frenzied and raucous by the minute. Then we were led once again into what seemed like someone's back room or so called 'mocado' bar and played snooker until my failings at the game became too embarrassing to handle. Finishing the evening and following day in hammocks proved to be a welcoming chilled experience. I wonder if ill get to a point where ...
... ended up being 4 hours! We got on really well with the drivers of the boat and had our own mini party. Again the Brazilian people are just really lovely!
Our final day in Paraty we headed to some waterfalls we had been recommended and one of them you could slide down, which was great fun. That afternoon we then headed for one of the many lovely beaches and then that evening had a great seafood ...
Given how expensive accommodation is in Rio we went searching on the internet for a small quaint town in the south to spend 3-4 days, and with its historical centre and access to beautiful beaches, Paraty is an absolute gem!
It sits 5 hours south of Rio (a drop in the ocean compared to most of our bus journeys) and regular buses take the drive along the spectacular coastline. There are so many gorgeous bays surrounded by ...
... finish, he simply ****** up the wall. Still, we spent at least 3 hours there on both the Saturday and Sunday before entering the festival to ensure a reasonable level of drunkenness, which we could then maintain with the bottle of rum we snuck in with us. This slightly shameful need to be drunk to enjoy ourselves fully meant that we missed at least 3 acts that we would have liked to have seen and made me extremely grateful that Soundgarden, the headline act on ...