Pousada Caminho do Ouro
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and stalls on every corner selling delicious cakes. We spent our days heading up to the 60 odd beaches that surround Paraty, hiking up to amazing waterfalls and natural pools hidden in the rainforest and even gave the huge natural waterslide a go. We spent 2 days hanging out at Trindade, an awesome reggae town with lots of Rastafarian men playing the bongos ...
... in the world. We were able to get inside the large enclosures with some of the 1,020 birds, 150 different species. The Bird Park has the largest flock of toucans and aracaris in the world and is dedicated to the care and conservation of these species. 16.5 acres of lush Atlantic Forest is kept to form the best habitat for the wild life. Species included beautiful pink flamingos and endangered parrots. The highlight was surrounding ourselves with toucans. That distinct ...
... 3 nights there in a funky beachhut hostel right on the waterfront. The town is lined with coble stone streets and white buildings with brightly coloured windows and shutters. people selling cakes from street side trollies, horse and carriages still used as transportation and harbour full of cute little fishing boats. Our itinerary included sunbathing, swimming, ...
... the mines here, so used to have a lot of wealth and it shows. Had a beautiful, blow-the-budget dinner outside in a courtyard listening to a band playing on stage outside in the square, and some amazing Caprihina’s – even when you order 8 of them they make each one individually with so much care, and they were huge! The spirit they typically put in them, Cachassa, is a cane suger really rough spirit and it gives you the worst hangovers – ...
... ending up on the beach again under palm trees and starlight. Not a bad start to the stay in Paraty.
Unfortunately the next day was not kind to us. While on the beach the previous night, we'd seen quite a lot of crabs - this made us decide to walk to an adjacent beach the next day, about a mile down the coast. We got there (escorted by another stray dog or two) and set up camp. It was quite cloudy, but still beautiful. Ignoring all the sage advice ever given to us ...