Pousada Da Condessa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... a bit of a disaster though!
Two days after (it rained one day so I had a day off from being a tourist and watched films!) myself and Oliver from Switzerland headed to a place called Paraty. Pararty is one of the oldest colonial towns in Brazil, resulting in beautiful cobbled street and colourful one story buildings. We checked into a hostel located right on the beach front meaning that breakfast was served on the beach! There was a leaflet ...
... The other diver we picked up was a 32 year old German pilot named Max. He’s a really nice guy and I haven’t seen someone that excited to dive in a long time. He doesn’t get to go very often, so this was a special treat for him.
We got down to the marina, got all of our stuff, got on the boat, and met our dive instructor for the day, Kiki. We met a couple other people on the boat as well, including ...
... as much of it as you can eat. It was a pity I was only staying there for two nights/breakfasts!
The group went to Cachoeira do Tobogă, a nearby giant rock formation with a natural waterfall/slide that everybody has to try. It looked a bit daunting at first but after a couple of people did it, I plucked up the nerve and LOVED it! We walked back towards the town then, stopping for lunch in a lovely restaurant and seeing local wildlife, like a grass snake, a furry caterpillar ...
... plazas and sidewalk cafes came to life with live music. The town was in party mode and we joined in with the festivities.
Paraty's biggest draw is its astounding assortment of 55 islands and 100 beaches nearby. We got out on a boat to visit some of the more remote and idyllic sands, enjoying a very relaxing day.
Onward bus to Angra, 2 hours, followed by catamaran to Ilha Grande, 45 minutes.
... appear and ask for permission to punch him in the abs. Steve appears from nowhere. Enter Frankie. I haven't seen someone this ******, friendly or over-excited in a long time. He's like an over-energised puppy dog. There's a Facebook page called 'when you meet someone who is as drunk as you are and you immediately become best friends'. It was that. We talk and the Norwegians are too friendly for me and Steve's normality but it's great. We all follow some locals for some reason, ...