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Parati or Paraty is a good spot to stop in between Sao Paulo and Rio. It is an old colonial town with a cordoned-off main area. This main area holds the attractions of old Portuguese churches, elegantly designed in a 250-year old bourque history. All the streets in the main center are matted with cobblestone which makes walking rather difficult. …
Paraty lies another 2 hours drive south of Ilha Grande and is the perfect pirates lair. Originally an important stopover on the Portuguese gold trade route with a natural harbour, the town has retained the tiny houses and cobbled streets and is now classed as a protected national historical sight.
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Woke to a beautiful sunny day in Paraty. So hot, definitely not in London anymore Toto!
We walked into the old town to have a look around - is a lovely town, white-washed buildings with lots of colourful decorations. Then hopped on our private boat for a day out on the water, very cool. Dropped anchor in a couple of inlets where we went …
First official day of the tour! We had the morning to do some last minute sight-seeing as not due to leave on bus to Paraty until 2pm. I decided to do a Favela tour - a favela is basically a Brazilian slum. Had heard a lot of stories about them - they can be dangerous, are run by drug lords so you have to be careful. But I figured they wouldn't run …
This morning we woke up early and took the 8am bus out to a small colonial town of Paraty. This town, according to lonely planet, has plenty of cute old colonial building and pretty beaches. The bus ride took 6 hours and we stopped twice along the way for bathroom breaks and snacks ( Salgados). We first stopped around 10 and …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking