Adventure Hostel Paraty
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdventure Hostel Paraty
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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Our day started with fresh yoghurt and fruit salad whilst we made our packed lunch for our ‘jeep tour'. We made our way into the tourist centre to hop on at 1030am. First up was Pedra Branca waterfall. The guide told us to watch our for the hot rocks where the venomous snakes like to come and bathe...Andrea asked if these particular snakes …
Up early to pack our bags and checkout to catch our slowboat back to Angra and on to Paraty.
Today we thought we would try and be genuine backpackers and set our straps up on our bags to carry. Well we didn't exactly choose the most backpacker friendly bags but we got to the pier in one piece bar a sweaty back.
Said our goodbyes …
... keen to convince the others it was a crowd of people and plough on, however, I was unable to fool them (& myself as it got louder and louder!) So, we opted to hold fire and wait for trusty locals to catch up with us and follow closely in their footsteps- relying on them for insider knowledge/protection! The screeching was supposedly a group of hog -like creatures who roam the jungle and can be aggressive... so probably a wise decision to ...
... well and truly experienced the Pantanal from all perspectives.
With our bellies full of free Pantanel cuisine we set off for Bonito, the ecological capital of South America. A five hour drive once seemed like a long drive, now, in comparison, that was a short one.
The award winning snorkelling tour in Bonito wasn't an included activity but our leader, rightly so, said it was a must do optional extra. There aren't many places left in the world that a mandatory shower ...
... and nothing to do at all. Met up with the ladies from england and we went for breakfast. The hostel breakfast terrible. Managed to find some omelettes, massive as usual and some delicious coffee from a cart, one of the best I have had so far. Desperately needed it! The sun by then had began to shine and it was hot hot hot out. Jumped on another boat, love it, and headed to a beach area called Lopes Mendez, supposed to be one of the best on the island. There was ************e ...