Adventure Hostel Paraty
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Paraty...a quaint beautiful colonial town. Its historic centre or old town is better traversed in flat shoes due to the gi-normous cobbles that line the streets. Every street looks the same except for the colourful windows and doors of each building. It really is beautiful even in d mouldy light of dull wet days. Took a walk up to the fort, …
4 – Paraty
I finished the last post with "and head to Paraty" – a simple enough sounding proposition, Paraty is a mere 1.5 hour boat trip, half-hour walk and 1.5 hour bus trip away from Ilha Grande; in Brazilian terms, that's like popping to the local shop for a pint of milk (have I mentioned that Brazil is BIG – REALLY …
... what ? Izzy is in our bedroom ! that wasn’t planned
at all !
Paraty is a small histocical village that stayed the same
since it got built in the 1800. The roads didn’t change, the churches and the
houses either, Its very pretty but it’s hard to walk ! some people still use
horse-carts in the village.
Kieran will buy his Brazilian made Havainas in Bresil ! He’s
This town is so little ...
... these heritage areas on Wednesdays for deliveries. The streets are big old rough cobble stones and it was quiet amusing to see one young boy trying to negotiate it on rollerblades - I wasnt fast enough to get a photo. As the beach wasnt as spectacular we headed inland to Penha one day to a river that had a natural rock slide. It was a lot of fun and the local ...
... homes even higher up the hill than where we are staying. We meet a Brazilian who is building a summer home and knows where Winnipeg is. Two of his sons had done a school exchange with a Winnipeg school. How amazing! The up, then down route brings us back to the entrance to the resort, so we continue down towards the highway. Peter opts to return at the midpoint but I keep on going and cross the highway to find that I need to keep going down to reach a small village at ...
Its a pretty nice place. A new owner has recently taken it over and they are really trying to improve the place, but it is a little rough around the edges currently (nothing major, just a little worn). The people who run it are really lovely and helpful and I'm sure that once they have had it for a few more months it will look great. The breakfast was incredible - it ran the entire lenght of a pretty big table - loads of stuff.
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