Chale Recanto Da Praia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Paraty
Not the best first impression of Paraty when we first arrived and walked through a sewerage infested river to arrive at our hostel, but our impressions soon changed when we headed into town and felt like we were going back in time walking the cobblestone streets with horses and carts cruising past. It is a gorgeous, laid-back place and we loved checking out the ...
... water at the bottom. We beat the tour groups in the morning and had the place to ourselves - it was such good fun but the drop at the end was pretty scary the first time we did it. As usual we got pretty ambitious with our itinerary and headed out to a small set of waterfalls and stopped off at a Cachaša distillery on the way back where we picked up some rather tasty Cinammon and Clove Cachaša which is very easy to drink! We ...
... asked me at one point. Through the waiter she tells me her granddaughter can speak four different languages. 'Cool' I say missing the point and her perplexedness at the inadequacy of this gringo that sits before her... I assume. 'Italian, English, Portugueze and French...' The other conversation at the table is between Bruno, the waiters 'blood brother' as he put it and Bruno's girlfriend. She had braces, he had a baseball cap, a cute good looking young couple with love ...
... is fuzzy. I remember looking up at the sky expecting it to be dark because i was very drunk and it being really bright still, talking in depth to a guy called Matt from Exeter about refurbishing a cob barn and agreeing that he will come look at it. I woke up to our alarm at 2.30am for our night bus at 3, turned it off and said who the hell is ringing us at this time. Luckily aimz had set a few alarms and our travel buddies knocked on our door. ...
... some new pink and purple Haviannas (Brazil is the home of Haviannas) and we looked at souvenirs for a while.
The next day we opted to go on the infamous Capriahna boat. Being the stingy ******* that I am, I wanted us to opt out of the all-you-can-drink plus lunch price of $40. I just wanted to cruise around on the boat, go to some nice islands and have a bit of a swim. And we did just that. The cruise was actually quite a highlight for the tour. We got to ...