Pousada Porto Imperial
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... varieties, butterflies of magnificent colour, size and shape, lizards and geckos and a very cute little Capuchin monkey scuttling along the power lines over our heads. We love Paraty and were lucky to have seen it outside of peak season and during the week when it was pleasantly quiet. Weekend can be frenetic, we were told, as bus, coach and carloads of visitors descend to assault the perfect tranquility we appreciated so ...
... numerous other gorgeous bays & beaches on the way.
It was small, calm & had fairly clear water but by gone
10am every patch of shade had been taken. Had a swim and could rinse off in the
lovely cool clear water of the river bi-secting the beach. Continued over the
headland to the massive big sister, San Goncalo, a huge curve of even finer
golden sand, much better for walking, and golden naturally, but also due to
... within the hat shop- making the hat shop the true jewel of Paraty and well worth all the searching. Next stop was the beach. After a very long, very sweaty and very crowded bus journey (in which the child next to me threw up what appeared to be a very large strawberry milkshake), we eventually arrived in Trindade. I took the first available opportunity to wash my legs (and make a mental note to not reproduce for at least another 5 years) and ...
Did a hike through the jungle to get to another beach. Fun to hike through the forest but I have never been more sweaty in my life. Really long white sand. Hike took a couple of hours and then we lay on the beach all day. Managed to get a boat back rather than more hiking. Realised back at the hostel that I had got very sunburnt. In the evening we went for a Brazilian BBQ. Had fantastic BBQ'd steak, chicken and fish. Had an early night, all needed to catch up on ...
... arranged to do a cooking class on our last night in Paraty with a Brazilian chef named Yara Roberts. She and her husband operate a cooking school out of their home in the historical centre of Paraty where you can take part in dinner demonstrations or longer cooking seminars. As this was the highlight of the trip for my friend's friend, we knew that we definitely wanted to try and hit up one of these cooking classes and see what it was all about!