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

Historical Paraty

A travel blog entry by nickjackets


... sometimes sitting,acknowledging the shopkeepers as I pass.

It is quaint,certainly preserved and original,but sadly a little kitsch - overcooked in order to present a picture postcard.I am sure the original town was noisy with commerce,dusty,grimy,stinking of horse and human defecation,rife with disease and its inhabitants rough as old rope,no nonsense types,traders,trappers,hunters,sailors, *****s and prostitutes.Now it is a great place to have tea and cake!

Paraty, a colonial beauty

A travel blog entry by jolotravelling


... beautiful beaches, excellent dining and old-world charm that hasn’t changed in centuries create a unique place not to be missed: Paraty is a small town and it’s almost impossible to get lost. Just because it’s not large in size, however, doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot to do. Here are some of my favorite experiences I had while exploring the village: - Take a boat trip to ...


A travel blog entry by kittysheeran


... far is the streets. The cobbled stone streets are HORRENDOUS to walk on!!!! They are seriously awful. You have to either choose to look down at where you're walking and not see any of the town. Or take 3 hours to walk one street because you have to stop after every step to view the streets! It's so beautiful and if you're not walking on it, the streets look so idyllic but I really couldn't live here. Just the few hours we were in town drove me mad. Also it's not just big cobble ...

Paraty wasn't much of a party

A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie


... The town is beautiful, with quaint white buildings and messy cobblestones. The cobbles are the size of small boulders, and are laid out seemingly without much regard to providing a path to walk through - you really have to carefully watch your feet as you go. To appreciate the town you have to walk a few steps, stop and have a look around, then carry on - we tripped constantly trying to walk and look, especially as we're not exactly famed for our coordination.

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 ...


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