Resort Croce del Sud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Resort Croce del Sud Paraty
Travel Blogs from Paraty
... stones than a walkway, and a real effort to walk through in the baking hot weather, especially in flip flops, although it did make for a unique and pretty setting. A little river lined the edge of the village with bridges connecting it with the rest of Paraty which gave it an almost meditarreanian feel, and created the most amazing moonlit walks to and from the restaurants for dinner.
We took full advantage of the only full day we had in ...
... river to get there (had Dengue fever written all over it). Went for din dins in the evening and had a lush pizza but the service was awful, they forgot Stacy's food and tried to charge me double. Thank god for Bets who could speak Portuguese, otherwise I think we would have just walked out without paying.
Even in the rain, we had a great time in Paraty and have decided to brave Florinopolis in the rain too!
So we arrived to Paraty at midday and went straight to this so called waterfall. It actually was this massive boulder with water flowing down it, like a water slide. There were these guys basically surfing the boulder standing up, it must have been sloping 10-15 meters high. They were obviously professionals, some of them even has jungle vine and used it as a skipping rope down, jumping backwards ...
Ilha Grande - life's a beach!
Thank you Michael......again. I guess thats 2 pints I owe you when we get back to the UK!
You see when we told Michael we might be coming to Rio during our travels he told us we had to make the short trip down the coast to the paradise island of Ilha Grande, that it was "beautiful" and we "would love it". He was right on both counts, we loved it so much that we stayed for ...
... we celebrated life by indulging in a few cheeky bevvies at a beach front bar and unexpectedly bumped into some lovely traveler friends from Ilha Grande. As we walked home, slightly inebriated, we crossed paths with a wise old dog. Her name was Louise. We think she had fleas. However, we gave her the benefit of the doubt and asked her to lead us home. For a while this went well until a difficult junction in the roads ...