Pousada Lua Cheia
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... which is a super small town at a 20 km long bay...all beach! Really nice. So the touristy things to do where walking at low tide for one km through the sandbanks to the reef...quite a beautyful walk with this amazing colour of the water.
The next day we got in the tourist trap again. They told us to go snorkeling in the natural pools. It was packed with boats and people there and apart from water and some unspectacular fish there was not much to see - but well they kow how to sell it! ...
... a pretty careful life, not necessarily succumbing to fear all the time, but I'm more accustomed to being thoughtful, serious and restrained. At this beach, we took a catamaran and bathed in mud at one stop, explored a reef at another. A little later, we went to Michel's friend's exclusive house right on the beach. We swam in the ...
... memorable moment of the day.
Heading back home we took the same route as before.
However, our way was inpeached by a bunch of angry locals asking more security in the road. Several ppl were killed by the fast cars and the demanded road stopovers.
They put trees on fire and blocked all the cars.
We had to go trough alternative way and took ...
Our third stop in Brazil - Pousada do Caju in Sao Miguel Dos Milagres. Basically paradise! 3 hours drive, 30minutes cab, 4hours wait at the airport, 3hours plane and then 3 hours again by car (including a ride on something that resembled a raft). Sitting on my deck hair looking out at an almost deserted beach, I have to say the 13 hours it took to get here ( travel sickness on the bus, ears popping on the flight) were worth it. Without wanting to sound like a cheesy travel ...
... the whole journey hugged the deserted coast and it looked exactly like we imagined it to.
Maragogi is a small fishing town, with a long sweeping beach with a row of shops and restaurants backing the sand. It's normally popular with Brazilians but as we had noticed with most places post carnival, it was very quiet.
We found a really cheap (cheap for Brazil anyway) pousada to stay in, one with our own mini fridge stocked with snacks, bonus! As money was tight we ...