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TripAdvisor Reviews Pousada Pardieiro Paraty
Travel Blogs from Paraty
... people gets tiring. I can't see that happening, it's a real pleasure to have such varied and fun conversations with like minded travellers. I could get used to this. The continuous sweating part however, not so much.... Rapidly moving into ilha grande where the first night we almost jumped out of our skins surprised by the creepily large crabs that wander along sideways along the pavements. The sea here is like a bath. No exaggeration. And I got my first ...
... with colourful exterior and cobbled streets. Our hostel was right next to the beach and breakfast looking out at the sea is my perfect way to start the day! The first day we went to a little beach town called Trinidad, which was very hippiesk and was beautiful. We went on the search of some natural swimming pools we had been recommended. They were really nice and the walk through the rainforest to get to ...
... to Abraao (AHH BRAAAY OHH...the driver kept calling.). There was no way we were hiking two hours back. You only live once but I'm not crazy. The 30 minute motorized boat ride home was fun. The boat was jumping the waves as we rounded the peninsula to the next bay and the driver surfed the swell on the way into shore. We watched a little girl, maybe 4 years old, and her older brother catch a 10 inch fish as we passed them. It turned out they were ...
... little town with a mixed history. Looks distinctly colonial with cobbled streets and white washed walls. Previously an important port, then a base for gold mines. It then became a ghost town at the turn of the 20th century when a bigger, better road was built to Rio only to suddenly be revived again in the 1970s as a tourist town. Beautiful little place.
Last night we had a delicious (but expensive) mouquaca, which is a ...
... a guitar and candles in the sand. Our Swedish friends Tom and Kasper strolled over and we joined in with them, it turned out it was one of the girls birthdays and between the group we sang happy birthday in about 6 different languages. After some chilling in the hammock it was definitely bed time! We're off to Paraty today where there's a jazz festival this weekend woooo! Traveling is so great and so amazing to meet so many people who become friends so quickly ...