Travel Blogs from Paraty
... got involved. We walked out onto a bridge that went out into the waterfalls. We also got a boat ride underneath the falls, where I had an absolute time. We came prepared of course, wearing flip flops, ponchos, rain jacket and shorts. We even witnessed some women wearing bikinis, hell why not take it all off! We got drenched and it was great! Of course, it is such a novelty for Australians to be in 2 countries in one day. The day we did Iguassu falls we were in ...
... 20 injections for about 8 vaccinations - a huge expense. The likes of yellow fever is mandatory for entering back into Australia but others are only optional.
Yesterday, Dave and a bunch of other guys walked out to this island (the water was so shallow). This German guy reached the island first, sat on this pristine beach and 9 dogs surrounded him. Two pounced on him and bit him a few times. He made it back into the water and got taken to hospital - for rabies shots that he ...
... was hard not to enjoy yourself. The locals were
very friendly, often showing us good places to swim or jump from.
One waterfall was called Tobogo falls. This was a long rock slide
that you could shoot down on your bum, belly, side, head first or
even standing up(only the locals were brave enough to do that). It
was incredible to do and so fast. At one point we got air and came
crashing down in the pool to get a great big bum slap of the
... the case this time, although climbing onto the island did prove to be abit of a misson as the rocks were covered in sharp coral. Looking back on the beach from this small island was a great sight. Beyhond the beach you saw nothing but huge green hills with birds circulating the high peaks. After some serious īman time` swimming to the island, getting cut up on the coral it was time to head back for food. There was only one place to eat in Dois ...
What used to be a pirate hideout, leper colony and prison, has 102 beaches and no roads? Ilha Grande!
Our first night, we arrived at our hostel Holandes (breakfast here was mainly cakes). Packed a bag for the beach and raced back into town. However, by the time we had walked all five minutes to the sea, it was dusk, and half an hour later was fully dark. It's taking some getting used to that it's mid-winter and sunset starts ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking