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 …
... of unknown varieties, butterflies of magnificent colour, size and shape, lizards and geckos and a very cute little Capuchin monkey scuttling along the power lines over our heads. We love Paraty and were lucky to have seen it outside of peak season and during the week when it was pleasantly quiet. Weekend can be frenetic, we were told, as bus, coach and carloads of visitors descend to assault the perfect tranquility we appreciated so ...
Paraty was our first stop on our tour, it was a small village on the coast South of Rio. Our camp was 20m from a slightly dirty but lovely beach which wasn't very busy and where we had our first dip in the sea in Brazil. After a long first day on the truck we had a refreshing swim before dinner. Vikki and the rest of the group went out to a bar on town but I stayed back as my feet where playing up from the Rio heat. Our next day we spent going a boat cruise to different beaches on ...
... in appearance but it is definitely worth the innuendos you will hear while you are eating it- absolutely scrummy!! We are pleased that we have been reliably informed there will be churro stands in Rio! We followed this taste experience by heading to the bar of another local hostel for some cheap drinks and a good atmosphere. The hostel was lovely and run by the same company as our hostel in Rio- fingers crossed it is an improvement on the current ...
... where my feet are and taking in the expressions on their faces as they talk. I hardly comprehended a word. I feel as though I'm inside a foreign film without the subtitles. A foreign film, a foreign family, paradise and way of life I'm not a part of. After a time I say goodbye. Goodbye to Ms Elizabeth, the owner of the third best pizza place in the world which she tells me is just around the corner on the beach (I need to stop believing everyone so literally but she ...