Paraty Hostel Adventure Casa Do Rio
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- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Herziges Kolonialstädtchen am Meer (leider haben wir keine Fotos davon gemacht), jedoch zu dieser Jahreszeit überfüllt mit reichen Brasilianer. Die Preise für Comida und Caipis sprachen für sich… Shoppen fiel deshalb leider aus, neues Bikini und Badehose müssen warten…
Wir haben eine Jeep-Tagestour an Land gemacht: natürliche …
... city about to host the World Cup and then the Olympics, you´d think that Rio might have some kind of bus or subway connection to link the city to its main land transport hub, but apparently not. Come on, Rio!
Anyway, the bus to Paraty was at least the plushest that we´d ever seen, so we settled in to our first bit of onward travel and to staring out the window as city turned to country and the next bit ...
Salut a tous,
Nous voila arrives au port de Angra en compagnie de Izzy, une anglaise rencontree a Rio,
Un vieux bateau nomme Andrea nous y attend pour une traversee d'1h30 jusqu’a l’ile de Ilha Grande.
C’est un paysage a couper le souffle qui nous attend, cette ile est magnifique.
Sure l’ile pas de voiture, quasiment pas de bitum, que du sable de la nature et des bateaux pour se deplacer. ...
... where he was explaining how this alcohol was made but it made me want to vomit as it is what Caipirinha is made of and the smell reminded me of the other night. We had been riding for a couple of hours and the guide said if we wanted to gallop we could. I did and it was absolutely brilliant it was only for a few minutes but I really enjoyed it but it helped my horse was so good as when I wanted to slow down or stop he did straight away. He did sometimes go ...
... 1,000s of different kinds of the sugar-cane liquor! Paraty gets its name from the mispronunciation of 'Pirates' by the locals and the Portugese landed on the shores.
We had dinner in a 'family restaurant' - definitely the best way to see the real Brazil and experience the local cuisine, plus nice and cheap! The food was delicious and the fresh juice we have become accustomed to was served in liter jugs each - for £1.50 - brilliant!! We went for a couple ...