Aratinga Inn

Address: Rua das Flores 232, Ilha Grande, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Rua das Flores 232, Ilha Grande.
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      Travel Blogs from Ilha Grande

      Ilha Grande

      A travel blog entry by luist on Jul 16, 2014

      6 photos

      ... area with little villa style houses and cobble stone roads. Upon entrance of his house we were greeted by his wife, daughter & friends. Two decent sized herbs stood on the balcony, they smelt amazing! We ventured into his studio where he showed us a few of his beats. Pretty bad and hardly what you would call reggae. Some of it sounded like a modern portugese Lil Wayne. After having a few beers we cruised home & Christened the new apartment, slept like a ...

      Waterfall hike, Hurricane Journey and Samba Club

      A travel blog entry by lpringle on Apr 24, 2014

      10 photos

      ... to the samba bar we'd attempted to go to earlier in the week. Other than getting ripped off for a $10 drink we were told was 'gratis' it was a really fun night. Everyone dances together and the locals come and ask to samba with you for short bursts of tracks - with a lot of guidance for us! I wouldn't say we mastered the samba but it was great fun and the locals loved us so we had a good ...

      Complete paradise...

      A travel blog entry by niblet on Mar 14, 2014

      5 photos

      ... alike but it somehow maintained a tranquil serenity. It is a small, beautiful island with no roads, no cars and not even any ATMs so it has maintained it's innocence, almost caught in a time warp which has kept it's unspoilt charm.

      The Pousanda (or guesthouse to you and I) was a steep uphill walk for about 7 minutes. This then takes you off the beaten track into a the forest area, which is what attracted me to to book the Pousanda do Cachoeira. Exhausted and sweating we ...

      Oh Caipirinha

      A travel blog entry by ejae on Feb 18, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... of 6,000 km2 of forest) crossed the ocean to Europe.  With the discovery of gold, the little brazilwood that was left after centuries of reckless logging eventually lost its economic importance. The 18th century became known as the gold century.  With the gold came the Corsairs and pirates, who used Ilha Grande's many hidden bays and inlets as a hideaway until Portugal's king formed a royal navy. The island was ...

      Leaving for Ilha Grande

      A travel blog entry by tjarnen on Dec 21, 2013

      22 photos

      ... before we was supposed to meet up at the restaurant, for the ones who wanted it. And cause I know the witches waterfall is pretty close, I insisted to go there even though he didn't recommend it for that time. But Mike was keen on going, so we went up there. It was as nice as last time, a cool, refreshing dip underneath the waterfall, after a sweaty walk. Mike was happy too. He enjoyed the waterfall as well. We even had time to see the old prison ...