Hotel Recanto das Toninhas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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It was overcast but not raining as we caught taxis to nearby Jabaquara beach to meet the people of Paraty Explorers who would take us on our kayaking trip. Silje, Egil, Dave, Martina, Aisha, Sabrina, Darren and myself chose to go kayaking today rather than the Caipirinha boat. While we would have liked to do that as well, kayaking along the Costa Verde made the National Geographic's list of 50 tours of a lifetime and we didn't want to miss ...
... had a nice despedida, and waved a lot of friends goodbye. It was strange, because I just arrived, and her stay in Brazil was coming to an end, but she left with lots of great memories, and it was really hard for her to leave. I hope, I will feel the same in a few months, but until then, I've still a lot of time to experience Brazil.
Loes told me about a nice beachtown, called Ubatuba. I asked Anna, ...
... but warm so we decided to do a bit of admin! We sorted our finances out, did a bit of blogging and re-budgeting and went for another wander down to the festival in town. The hostel seemed really empty and we started to feel a bit down in the dumps, its amazing how much the weather can affect your mood! We bought some food to cook in the hostel and headed back but things seemed to have picked up a bit and we met a couple from England and a German guy who ...
... Rio one day before arriving. Now we're staying in a new hostel (it opened 5 days ago) that is very clean, affordable, and the people there are incredibly nice. We'd almost be sad to leave, if it weren't for the fact that we're going to see some of the most amazing waterfalls in the world.
Rio is great by the way. We did a day of Carnaval - not the kind you see on the news back home, but cool nonetheless. There are parties literally everywhere in the streets (and Rio ...
... Due to Danni’s sudden bout of travelers tummy instead of getting a bus to Sao Paulo (6 hours) then 16 hours to Foz do Iguazu we had to go 5 hours in the wrong direction to Rio and then get a 22 hours bus to Foz from there. As horrendous as it sounds it actually wasn’t all that bad, the costal road had beautiful views and we managed to get a little bit of sleep despite it being a standard coach (and not the VIP coaches we have now become accustomed to!).