Pousada Do Cais

Travessa Santa Rita, 20, Paraty, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Paraty

Brazil part 2: Ilha grande and Paraty

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey


... opened with their only good song, Black Hole Sun, as by this point I'd started to sober up and wanted to take a nap. Monday's subsequent hangover, along with the 8 hour bus journey back to Mendoza, was well worth it. I have a confession. Before coming on this trip, I'd vowed to throw myself in, welcoming new experiences and trying new things. To some extents I have done, as I hope these blogs have shown. But there's one custom, true to each South ...

Days 302 - 321: Brazil Leg - Rio to Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... Catholic from Buenos Aires.
After a long 12 hour drive we arrived into a random little village located on the side of the Uruguay river. It did have a pub of sorts that sold $4 litre bottles of Argentinean wine and $2 litre beers. Two little old codgers rocked the place until the jukebox replaced them with some tunes than kept the travellers dancing until we were kicked out at 11pm. Stuck in a truck for so long really makes the bones want to rock when realised from the ...

Cruising in Paraty

A travel blog entry by eddim


... to keep the water out when the street floods from storms, or when the sea water enters at high tide and full moon. The streets are all cobblestones and made from the stones brought over by the Portuguese as a way of stabilizing the boats and then replacing the stones with gold for the return journey. Interesting to note was that the only access to Paraty was by sea until 1954 and then the above mentioned windy road was built. ...

The `Golden Road´ to Paraty

A travel blog entry by worldwideeyed


... is really popular here!

* Lots of places are named after Aryton Senna, God rest his soul

* Portugese speakers just can not do inside-voices! They´re too enthusiastic!

* The legends are true about the bonkers fruits. Acai is everywhere and makes for a really tasty sorbet type thing. Experiments with Cupuacu were less successful. It´s no bad thing that none of that is brought to the UK


A travel blog entry by aly5ia

... join the culture ;). Eventually Tavo returned and after hanging out for a little Vanessa and I made our way to the supermarket. We stopped for a small bowl of acai berries which tasted like eating frozen wild blueberries which are my favourite. We then picked up some food and made our way back home. That night we made salad for dinner. Hung out with our host and watched a movie. The following morning... Vanessa and I woke up at the crack of dawn and were happy to see the ...

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