Saqua Hostel & Surf

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


    ... asking for a place to crash, and at the end of the night when all hope had been lost, I received a message from a guy named cristiano. He said he was going to a couchsurfing meeting in Ipanema that evening, and if I came down, I would have a place to stay for the night. Truth is, he got more than he bargained for, because we got along so well, I ended up staying with him for over a month. What I didn't know is this goofy guy from the north end of Rio would quickly become my best friend in ...

    The gringo of Saquarema

    A travel blog entry by nlakelly on Jan 07, 2013

    1 photo

    ... 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 and after series ...

    Jumping seven waves

    A travel blog entry by cookage on Dec 31, 2008

    ... rainy days Patrick played happily with Lego for hours - we really need to get him lots of that stuff when we get home - but a full day of inactivity had its consequences at bedtime. He was in the pool every day though, and his swimming came along in strides, initially inside an inflatable ring and rapidly progressing to swimming back and forth across the pool without help. Those goggles I bought in Salta were a good investment. On New ...

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

    A travel blog entry by jamesharrison on Aug 23, 2008

    ... for new digs and selected Tango Backpackers in Palermo. A great place that was cheap, clean and in a nice neighbourhood. That evening we headed to an all-you-can-eat sushi joint and stuffed ourselves silly. We relaxed for a couple of days, saw some of the sights and on our last night (Danny, Riccardo and I were heading to Rio and leaving the girls for a few weeks) we headed to a club called Club niceto, somewhere weŽd heard lots about ...

    A relaxing week in Rio?

    A travel blog entry by gobo on Feb 21, 2007

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... thrown around the place and it was another thing trying to make sure you still had your trunks/bikini after you resurfaced! Gareth was in his element, one minute weŽd see him the next heŽd appear a couple of meters over along the beach. When youŽre sitting on the beach too there is any amount of people selling you food, sarongs, jewellery, you donŽt even have to move, they come to you! One of the days we were there there was this guy with a ...