A Estrela d'Alva Pousada
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... Everyone decided that they wanted to look at the stars because they're really bright up here. They aren't as bright as the ones I was lucky to view every night in the outback so I wasn't particularly interested in going. Instead, me and H watched minions in the hostel ...
... for a nap and we went on the hunt for a hotel pool to swim in as this way we were sand free! The first attempt at a sneaky dip was unsuccessful as the hotel manager came over and asked our room numbers. We attempted to lie by saying that we had checked in today and our boyfriends dealt with the booking process so they had the details. Of course he didn't buy it and he asked us to leave. Not giving up we went to a different resort ...
... met last night staying at our hostel too and they were there in the afternoon. They were speaking to H and proc an Neill about sand boarding and invited them to come too. Even though I was there, the invitation wasn't extended to myself. Soph was feeling poorly and had a horrendous cough so while she was sleeping and the rest were sand boarding I went for a run around the beach. On the farthest side was another hill but this wasn't sandy and was covered with ...
... each and by 1600, we decided to head down to the beach and have a swim. The main beach in Jeri was real low tide and so we decided to walk around the point over the rocks to see if it was any better. It was a bit windy and slightly cooler so Leesh decided to chill on the sand while I ducked in for a quick swim. The water was warm burn had plenty of seaweed floating in there so I didn't last long. We got back into town and decided to go out for a nice meal somewhere. We menu ...
... take you to their lagoons an other highlights.
There are donkeys everywhere walking arround the town or lying down on the middle of the road. The main vehicle here is the buggy, and secondly the jeep. A license is needed to get the vehicle into the village, and there are no "normal" cars, because they would get stocked on the sand!
At night a lot of vendors put their tents up to sell cocktails, a caipirinha is about 1 euro! And the most ...