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 …
... mountains, it makes you feel incredibly guilty that you start taking the view for granted. We had booked into Viva Brasil Pousada (pousada is effectively the Brazilian name for a B&B) which had quite possibly one of the best rooms we have stayed in. It was huge with lots of light and a super comfy bed and was a great price. The old town is beautiful. Cut off to cars, the cobbled streets are pretty treacherous due to the ...
... cake breakfasts are. It was only in week two we found a local who corrected our Portuguese manners, the masculine and feminine versions of thank you. You would think that would be, at the very least, something our Dragomen leaders would teach us... any-who, to few the Brazilian Folk we have met along the way ObragadA from me, and ObragadO from Dave.
Ola Argentina! Only one sightseeing activity was left on this leg of the trip and it was to the Jesuit Ruins. Once one of ...
... however the vast array of beaches was pretty spectacular. We took a taxi boat to 'Lopes Mendes' which was absolutely stunning. Rumours echo around the town and guide books that it's something like the 3rd/7th nicest beach on the planet, and it proved quite hard to argue with that vague statistic. The sand is so thin it's like walking on flour and due to its ...
... around 2 so we didn't have much time before the sun went down. We walked to a nearby Morro du forte which had an amazing view of Paraty and the surrounding areas. Before moving to Praja du jabaquara beach. The days are fairly short there and with the surrounding mountains the sun can hide behind them at 4 pm which means if you're planning on sunning yourself you'll need to leave early if you're not there in the summer. Also the beaches can be narrow so if ...