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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Pousada Acquarela Paraty
Travel Blogs from Paraty
... independence from Portugal, the town became isolated, with no major road links, and remained preserved and intact. This and the traditional religious festivals and thriving art scene, along with the beach culture, attract visitors to this pretty little town like bees to a honey pot.
Our accommodation here was a delightful and very different experience. We were the first guests on Air BnB to stay in Isabel's house, an ...
... especially Paraty are very much tourist areas that no-south Americans must go to; as many speak English and signs and menus are often bilingual. This is really funny when I walk past and they speak to me in English and I reply in Portuguese, or when I walk past English-speaking people trying to shout English louder and I can act as a translator...
Spent the rest of Thursday night chilling beside the pool and got the bus to Sao Paulo on Friday morning.
... 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 ...
... took 90 minutes and got a taxi to the station. Said goodbyes to Brendan and Reid who were off to São Paulo and we got the bus to Paraty.
Arrived at the hostel, Misti Chill, which was right on the beach. Everyone was exhausted so had a snooze and booked in for all-you-can-eat pizza on the beach at 8pm. Needless to say when the first slices came off the BBQ at 9.20, we were starving! Pizza ...
... Diego's small Fiat. It was cosy but not too cramped. Diego strapped his surfboard to the roof and off we went!
It was a pretty good trip really. Diego was playing his iPod and he had a good blend of music. Samba, Bossanove, American Hip-Hop, Brazillian Hip-Hop, pop songs, reggae and more. Diverse but all stuff I liked. Sao Palo seemed never ending but once we got out of the city the drive was very scenic. Green everywhere!! So much ...