Paraty Hostel Adventure Casa Do Rio
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... being this time I had a drink in my hand so when Michael pushed my chair I end up flat in the sand with a drink splatted in my face haha. The hostel guys told us there is a new beach club just opened close by so we headed there, and it was a hippy fest. It was really good though, dancing in the sand and the waves. One of the hostel dogs followed us there and he seemed to have a better night than most in the night club haha. It's a very weird experience to take a dog up the dancing! ...
... she would buy us a Caipirinha (the local beverage) for taking photos for her. We sat with them and had a good laugh before heading back for the bus. When we were on the bus Jess realised she hadn’t paid the bill, so we had a stolen free drink! We only had the one but it really did leave me very tipsy.
On our way back there was a well needed thunderstorm, it has been really hot here, nearly 40°C. After the storm Garry and I headed out to see Paraty by ...
From Rio we drove south to a delightful little colonial town called Paraty… Spectacular views of blue sea and beaches all the way down south. We stayed in a little place in the old town at one of the village squares. Paraty was the chief port for the export of gold in the 17th century and the whole of the centre of town is now a national historic monument. It is a photographer's paradise as the streets ...
... around so it took a bit of trial and error to find the right spot to go down without killing yourself, but we soon got the hang of it. As we were about to leave a couple of local kids, maybe around age 13, arrived and starting showing us how it really is done! While the best we could master was sliding down on our bums, these kids were skiing on their feet! The one even goes on his stomach, hits one of the bumps and jumps onto his feet! Unreal. ...