Praia Serena Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... tranquility of a REALLY small village, situated on a beautiful cove on the Atlantic Ocean. Marina’s parents, Luis and Lucia, were waiting at the home to great us and we were wowed by the stunning view from the patio of the beautiful cove, dotted with little boats. What a delight the whole family was as we sat and visited (fortunately, Marina’s English was excellent as her parents spoke very little English) while indulging in ...
... out of Rio who was from France, with Spanish and Italian parents, but living in London... very European. She had stopped down in Rio for Carnaval and like me was heading to Ilha Grande to relax a bit and meet a friend of hers who was living on the island. After sleeping through the rest of the van ride we hopped on a ferry out to the island. Unfortunately her friend lived on a completely different side of the island from where I was staying and ...
... at uni actually: lots of laughs, drinking games, and fun. Having not come across many Brits on my travels yet, it was wierd at first to have so so many in all the hostels and around town (of course apart from the ones I befriended), but the fact is that everyone is doing the same route now, making their way up to Rio for the carnival. It's going to be absolutely crazy busy... Highlights from Paraty in the photos - ...
... and heavier and led to a huge thunder storm. I managed to get to reception and meet Armia and we decided to hold back for the storm to pass, but instead it just kept getting worse! I have never seen rain or heard thunder like it-the building even trembled at the crashes of thunder. It wasn’t long before the power cut out and the whole town was in darkness. As we watched from the window the roads turned in ...
... as a diving board and kept jumping in and swimming. It had an upper deck which was particularly good for the jumps. The staff were doing some impressive flips and jumps off the top deck. Lunch was provided. We had various options but I think most went for the fish which was delicious. We also had free caipirinhas provided all day. They literally brought out buckets of the stuff and you could just help yourself. Some definitely took advantage of this! ...