Pousada Lua Cheia
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... can see why! Thankfully we had read their website and knew what they did so could just follow behind, nod at the guide knowingly and take photos. The project takes in abandoned or sick manatees and nurses and feeds them to full size in enclosures that are built into the river that they naturally live in. Once they are big enough to be released they are fitted with a satellite tag to monitor them for the first few months before being fully released back into ...
... called pizza restaurant that I had always been keen to go in because they had nice looking wine, the Brazilian wine I had tried was sweet and horrid. He had wine from Chile. So I don't know if the flattery about how cute his restaurant looked or what but he invited Chloe and Into come and have a bottle of red wine, it was my birthday after all. He was 29 from Santiago Chile and had been living in Pipa a year. He was interesting to talk to and to find out ...
... I was really scared. It's so funny, I hadn't felt at all scared, when you are travelling by yourself you have to trust your instincts and make decisions on how you feel. I knew they were good people so I wasn't scared at all. It's what this trip is all about, meeting new people and having adventures with them. Anyway that was Sunday night we went to bed ready to explore beaches the next day. On Monday morning the 23rd we got up and went in the car to ...
After the overcrowded beaches in Rio and Salvador we headed to Maragogi. With the night bus to Maceio where we were supposed to take another bus for the last 120 km to Maragogi. It took us some time to finally find the right "bus". It was a Minibus...one of those that are full when the driver decides it is full! =) Consequently, it took us almost 4 hours to arrive in Maragogi, but the way was really nice alongside the beaches and through cute little villages.
We stayd three nights ...
Ok, we visited one of those amazingly beautiful beaches that Brazil is known for. A lot of this trip was inspired by "Y Tu Mama Tambien." I won't ruin the movie story, if you haven't seen it, but the characters are "finding themselves" on a road-trip. I am also trying to "find myself" or maybe "lose myself" a bit on this trip. I ...