A Estrela D'Alva Pousada
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... We got down there and there was already a massive crowd developing on the peak of the dune taking pics and watching the sun slowly disappear. We cruised to the shorter dune to do our dune sprints and get away from the crowds. It only took one solid sprint to feel the burn of digging deep to run up the dune as each foot fell further into then sand the further you went up. But we pushed each other and did a good few more and worked up ...
... went out into town to the small coffee shop and got a real coffee, used their WiFi to Skype Mum and Dad and jumped across to the internet cafe when it opened to start looking at prices and replacing our iPhone and camera when in USA. We left the cafe at roughly 1130 and went back to the unit to have an early lunch and avoid the piercing heat and sun. After lunch, we did a quick exercise hit out in the unit before going into town to sort out our bus ticket back to Fortaleza ...
... how many photos people need to take to be happy with one. We've realised over the years, you very rarely look back at all your pics anyway so only need a few. We had packed our own lunches as usual so tucked into them before some rain rolled in and soaked the beach killing the mood for a bit. I went and chilled in the water when the sun came back out while Leesh caught some rays. Too many in the end and she was fried before it was time to finally leave. Reminded us why we don't ...
... in the hostel, and I enjoyed being in a big group of other travelers with the same and other experiences they made and funny stories about travels in Brazil. It was good to listen to the stories and to people who made the same amazing and exhausting and great and difficult experiences and had the same emotions and thoughts like I had. I realized that I had missed that and after the two months inland it was just nice to have some drinks again and have some fun. So we drank there ...
... and booked a buggy ride into the lagoons with Irvine the local tourist guy. It was at 9 the next morning so we didn't go as mad as the previous night. We watched the copa america semi final and went down and had a couple of cocktails and called it a night!
We got up early this morning and grabbed breakfast and hopped into the buggy and away off we went with our driver and a couple from Fortaleza, Fernando and Tayna. Fernando was a teacher and ...