Chale Recanto Da Praia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Kids pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Chale Recanto Da Praia Paraty
Travel Blogs from Paraty
... studded bay, Parati is one of Brazil's most appealing and exquisitely preserved historical gems. Parati's colonial center is remarkable not only for its centuries-old architecture, but also for its lack of automobile traffic. The irregular cobblestone streets are closed to motor vehicles, making it a delightful place to stroll about. Elegant white buildings adorned with fanciful multihued borders and latticed windows blend harmoniously with the ...
Another gorgeous sunny clear morning and no rain forecast –
wanted to make an early start so staked a claim on a small table in the pousada
ready for the 8.30am breakfast, a really late start.
Got the 9.20 bus for the northern beaches & the one the
lady in the tourist office recommended San Goncalinho, – the map had no scale
so was actually quite a distance on windy roads through the Mata ...
... the water. It all looked very exhausting so I had a lie down and caught some rays. Alejandro kept us constantly supplied with a giant bucket of Caipirinhas but after one I felt knocked out and decided alcohol and hot sun were not a great combination if I didn't want to fall overboard! Lunch was served just after 3pm (Brazilian time) and was a lovely meal of chicken, rice, potatoes and veg. Afterwards we had one more stop on the final island ...
... 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 ...
... Our menu focused on the Native cuisine of Brazil from the Amazon region and the centerpiece was "heart of palm". I had tasted fresh heart of palm in Peru but didn't realize what a delicacy it was at the time so I was super excited to be able to get to try it again. We ate it roasted and raw as an appetizer and also enjoyed a lovely fish dish that was cooked in a banana leaf with a side of grilled bananas. The menu was pretty simple but the flavours ...