James Joyce, 14, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Paraty

Don't cry for me Argentina!

A travel blog entry by annahildreth

I'm staying in the Portuguese colonialised town of Paraty, the oldest town in Brazil along Costa Verde and it's pretty and quaint and it has stunning beaches but Argentina is calling me! Why? Because of the following in no particular order:
Fit menTango and salsaWine and steakCowboys and horsesSpanish homestays and coursesPatagonia and the glaciers
I'm ...

Last day at the beach

A travel blog entry by chrisblock


This morning we treated Peggy, our truck, to a well-deserved clean. It was a thorough one too. We emptied all the crates out and cleaned every plate, fork, utensil, food packet and saucepan. We then put it all back again and gave the interior a good scrub. Fair to say she's looking fine! Spent the rest of the day in Paraty. Tried ...

A Party in Paraty

A travel blog entry by garethandlisa

... Mondays were noisy and not Tuesdays. During our wander we came across the rehearsal of the brass band off of the Plusnet adverts and they seemed to have succesfully mastered at least 2 different notes!

After turning into Sneezy and Grumpy, sleepy became more appropriate for both of us as an afternoon siesta beckoned which eventually creeped into the evening! At least we discovered somewhere for ...

It's not actually a very big island

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie


Ah, Ilha Grande. The last 3 days have been a bit of a blur, as this island has a way of making you forget everything else.

The sunshine, the lapping of the waves on the shore, turquoise water and mountains covered in rich jungles - it's definitely with a heavy heart that we leave it all.

Our hostel was a mere 15-minute trek across the beach with our massive bags in the scorching sun, and was a collection of beach huts and ...

Into Brazil

A travel blog entry by kezandstevie


... the bus, more mountains to the left, and the city slowly creeping in around us. We’re watching kites fly above rooftops, small diamonds making little ‘U’s in the sky like they’re shaking hands with clouds. The kids that can’t afford or build kites use plastic bags on string effectively enough. We can feel the undertow, dragging us in. We have been playing with the idea of going to Salvador for Carnaval, but the charm of Rio is already enticing. We will let you know how it goes.


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