Saqua Hostel & Surf

Rua Pitatunga 800 - itauna, Saquarema, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Saquarema

"Goin' places that I've never been"

A travel blog entry by pat.warren.117


... lifelong friends. One of his friends was a purple belt in jiu jitsu, and he insisted I come to his gym to train. He particularly wanted me to come, because most of the guys at his gym had never rolled with a foreigner. You could say I had a small audience while training, but once again their attitudes were awesome. Arthur was a great friend, and was more generous than I could ever have hoped for, but like all that is good, there comes a time when it must end. R2 had a lot of free ...

The two gringos of Saquarema

A travel blog entry by nlakelly


... the tour leader booking all our hostels and our transport being covered by bob esponja. As I set out on the number 178 from my hostel to the main bus station I saw the big yellow truck that had been our home for 4 months drive off on its new trip with new passengers and crew. As much as I have loved overlanding it has brought it's fair share of drama, so the chance to get out on my own was far more exciting than it was daunting. So I took the bus ...

Jumping seven waves

A travel blog entry by cookage

... filled up, and among the guests were a couple of kids that, despite not speaking a word in common, Patrick managed to befriend and play with at the beach and in the pool. Rodrigo, the 8yo, was particularly patient with him, and he stood in goal endlessly facing increasingly hard kicks with Anna's beach volleyball. We also spent days at the beach looking up at the sky for parachutes, one of our fellow guests was among the daily jumpers. ...

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

A travel blog entry by jamesharrison

... around this great city. The grave itself wasn´t that great but the cemetery did remind me a lot of the OTT tombs in Paris. We then wandered around Palermo, a nice district of BA and soaked up some sun. Next day we checked out of the dodgy hostel (everyone seemed to sleep in the day and party all night in the hostel so we all got next-to-no sleep). We were also in a ****** area. The next morning, the girls and I checked out San Telmo ...

Finding football, favelas, fashion ... and Jesus?

A travel blog entry by sianandjim


... lights came on and started twinkling along the arch of Copacabana and the rest of the city. We took masses of photos and bumped into Sara and her room mates Celia, Barbara and Lucy. The six of us all caught the bus back together and got some food, before deciding we'd go and sample some of Rio's nightlife in an area called Lapa. Apparently by day it's quite seedy, but on a Friday and Saturday night it fills up with locals and tourists alike. We got ready ...


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