A Estrela D'Alva Pousada
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We had heard that Fortaleza wasn't great but Jericoacoara (Je-ri-kwah-kwah-ra) on the other hand is a back packers paradise! We got straight off a 9 hour nightbus and picked up a transfer to Jeri another 7 hours by bus & all-terrain truck. The last 1 hour was amazing it was like a scene out of Mad Max as we drove alongside a seemingly endless beach. The Atlantic Ocean on one side and dunes so big ...
I heard about a legend bigger than that of Ron Burgundy...of a place called Jericoacoara. A little hippie retreat which until very recently did not have electricity or running water. Street lights are still not permitted. It is hidden in the sand dunes of the North East coast of Brazil. The town is only accessible by 4x4 as there are no real roads to speak of. I arrived at 11:30pm and headed straight out to see what's going on. I found ...
... of freedom and valorization of the rituals they left back in Africa. We watched the sunset from the sea one night while catching some waves, from the beach another under coconut trees and on our final night headed to Peder Furada - Rock Arch The Arched Rock has become the symbol of Jericoacoara. Walking along the shore line we first passed Malhada Beach, which is a small beach, popular among surfers and windsurfers. Continuing for 2km next to the water (at low ...
... my twentyfourteenth birthday on a beach was worth an even worse journey. For somebody from Trento born in late October, to celebrate the birthday on a beautiful beach, in front of a perfect sunset with a caipirinha in hand, is not quite normal. The travel fatigue was gone in an instant.
We were in good company: another couple met by chance, Martin and Jolijn, whom we'd seen several times around the streets of Pipa, and then at the bus station. After a chat we were all ...
... melon. Later in the night we wandered down to the beach to check out Jeri's nightlife scene. We were amazed to discover a relatively subdued atmosphere of people eating by candlelight and sipping caprihinas on the sand. This was in complete contrast to the raging bars and nightclubs we were expecting to find full of drunken Europeans. From here we returned to our pousada for an early night to bed ahead of another intensely relaxing day in Jeri to ...