Saqua Hostel & Surf

Address: Rua Pitatunga 800 - itauna, Saquarema, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on Rua Pitatunga 800 - itauna, Saquarema.
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    Travel Blogs from Saquarema

    "Goin' places that I've never been"

    A travel blog entry by pat.warren.117 on Mar 04, 2013

    2 comments

    ... 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 gringo of Saquarema

    A travel blog entry by nlakelly on Jan 07, 2013

    1 photo

    Never mind the girl from Ipanema (or the gorleta de Itauna as the restaurant around this way is so aptly titled) it soon became very obvious that I was indeed the only non Brazilian in town. Saquarema is a small beach town just north of Rio, but still within the Rio de Janeiro state. During peak season (Dec-Mar) the town is buzzing with Brazilians taking there summer holidays here, as well as city dwellers taking a weekend break. Just 2 hours by bus from ...

    Jumping seven waves

    A travel blog entry by cookage on Dec 31, 2008

    ... cheese at breakfast. We became good friends with Anna, who visited us daily, played soccer with Patrick, and tried to teach us how to play her didgeridoo. Her physio was progressing well, more as a result of her own diligence than the actual treatment, but the doctor had still failed to produce a report for her. We also became friends with the capirinha, a Brazilian cocktail made artfully by Marina in the pizzeria. As the new year approached ...

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

    A travel blog entry by jamesharrison on Aug 23, 2008

    ... all had our own little plasma screen... It was a great journey! I felt my bag when we got to BA and it wasnt as packed as before... I then realised that Id not collected my laundry from the hostel in Argentina, meaning most of my clothes were still there! I emailed Steve and he agreed to bring them with him to Rio... thank god! We arrived into BA, checked into a dodgy hostel and then headed out to see Evitas grave, do some shopping ...

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

    A travel blog entry by sianandjim on Mar 02, 2007

    1 comment, 48 photos

    ... the area are keen to show visitors that despite the stories, they're not all gun-toting druggies. We drove to Rocinha, which, with 200,000 residents, is the largest favela in Latin America. Then we caught motorbike taxis to the top of the hill (this was mildly terrifying as we'd managed to avoid bikes altogether in Asia and these guys seemed to be in a bit of a hurry), this we were told by our guide Marcio is how the locals get up the hill too. When we got ...