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Travel Blogs from Paraty
... 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 ...
Here the Portuguese have left their mark. Paraty, confused with 'Party' at a quick glance, is actually not a party town but a beautiful colonial town full of tat buying tourists. Painted white with multicoloured balconies the houses, shops, cafés and restaurants line the streets. Perfect for a pleasant stroll, but not much else. It was raining and we were struggling to remain positive! Sundowners on the beach turned to heavy ...
... a few drinks whilst looking out to the beautiful open ocean with the most incredible rainbow curling over the hills. The following day was a complete write off. It rained litterly all day and what you soon realise is that if it rains on a island your are quite limited on things to do... but its what you make of this time that is most important so we had a small gathering with the people from our hostel and drank drank.... and drank some more. ...
... day and arrived back in Paraty after 5 hours feeling a little sunburnt but very relaxed!! The final thing I had wanted to do was visit a town called Trindade, some 27km from Paraty. Apparently more of a hippy hang-out than Paraty, the beaches were supposed to be stunning and different to those which you can walk to around the centre. From what I saw, they were great but after a couple of hours of being there I found myself in the middle of yet another ...
... where he was explaining how this alcohol was made but it made me want to vomit as it is what Caipirinha is made of and the smell reminded me of the other night. We had been riding for a couple of hours and the guide said if we wanted to gallop we could. I did and it was absolutely brilliant it was only for a few minutes but I really enjoyed it but it helped my horse was so good as when I wanted to slow down or stop he did straight away. He did sometimes go ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking