Pousada Catavento

Address: 82 Rua dos Tatuis, Saquarema, State of Rio de Janeiro, 28990-000 , Brazil | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 82 Rua dos Tatuis, Saquarema.
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      The gringo of Saquarema

      A travel blog entry by nlakelly on Jan 07, 2013

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      ... moments of "where the hell am I getting off", I arrived in Saquarema and coincidentally right outside the tourist office. Knowing the hostel was only a 30 minute walk. I'd taken a very brief glance at the map at the time of booking the hostel but asked the lady in the tourist office for a map and to point me in the right direction. With my Portuguese not being remotely up to stratch, this is always a risky tact, but having faith in my natural sense ...

      24, and there's so much more...

      A travel blog entry by pat.warren.117 on Nov 05, 2012

      ... opponent was a brown belt, and I could feel my impending doom. However, to my own amazement, I was able to control the grapple for a solid portion at the beginning, but as soon as he got loose, it was a different matter; he kicked my ass multiple times. Regardless, my early success earned me the title of "fake white belt", which, when called this by a 5th degree BJJ master, it's a bit flattering.

      The last detail I will mention is a new game I have learned. When I ...

      No room at the Inn

      A travel blog entry by trudells on Apr 20, 2010

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      Monday 19th April

      So we arrived yesterday around 7pm, and having failed to contact the hostel before we arrived took a cab to the said hostel. The cab driver drove straight past it by miles, but can hardly blame as it was closed. So we head to the other end of town and find another place to stay. The place is actually pretty nice, right on the beach. Double room for 40 Reais each, and it has a restaurant, which is where we ate and then hit the very quite ...

      Jumping seven waves

      A travel blog entry by cookage on Dec 31, 2008

      ... Marina decorated the pizzeria with a million balloons and cooked a magnificent Brazilian feast for all the guests who wanted it. Anna came by after dinner and we wandered down to the beach to watch the fireworks. The whole town was there and everyone was dressed in white (for peace) and had brought floral offerings to the sea goddess Yemanja (spelling?) to toss into the waves. There were gladiolas galore and candles all over the beach. ...

      The Death Train, Iguazu, B.A. and Rio

      A travel blog entry by jamesharrison on Aug 23, 2008

      ... meant to be quite a spectacle. It was a great night but it went so fast that we were there until it shut at 7am... We headed back to our digs, checked out and headed for the airport. Due to a mix-up I was given an exit stamp for Argentina and an entry stamp for Uruguay..... they then crossed it out... long story... Rio, Vicks arrives and my birthday We arrived into Rio after 3 stop off´s and over 10hrs of waiting around and flight time. I ...