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Travel Blogs from Paraty
Happy Easter everyone! We are in Paraty now, on the Brazilian coast between Rio and Sao Paulo. It's an old Portuguese colonial town, and really does feel like you're wandering around a village in Portugal. All white washed buildings with brightly coloured shutters and uneven cobbled streets. There are three churches - one was for slaves, one for released slaves and the third for the colonial 'white elite'. We were shocked to learn that 40%2525 of ...
... cars are allowed in the centre - mostly cause its all old stone cobbles - the houses and shops are all really cute and colourful with colonial influences quite like a little English town really! Bumped in to the London people and a couple of others which is funky times and made some cool friends I think! However it's a wash out its rained and rained and rained. The second day we were there we had a boat thing booked and yes the boat was a replicate 'Pirate Ship' and its ...
After probably overstaying our welcome on Ilha Grande it was time for us to keep heading west. Having endured an incredibly sweaty wait at the bus station and after consuming an appropriate number of Frango e Quiejo pie thingys (we`re becoming so cultured out here!), we boarded a bus from the mainland port to Paraty. After seeing a few pictures of it`s beautiful colonial architecture we decided our particular brand of ...
... while a half-naked trucker looked on, to confirm the feeling that we did not want to be in tents in that place, a nameless city we drove into at 9pm on the first day back on the road.
Before we found a reputable and clean place to sleep, Mala, Mat and Bazz ventured into one motel to get some room prices where they took one look at Bazz and slammed the door in his face. Then, in his own words, ‘a ...
... to leave the selection of the best beaches in the area up to the professionals and go on an organised tour of the area. Since we had spent the last 3 weeks freezing our butts off in Bolivia, we were obviously quite excited to hit our first Brazilian beach and thaw out a bit. Unfortunately, the weather didn't play its part on our first day which left us land bound for the day. Overcast and cold weather in any other coastal town would have dampened the mood ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed