Albacora Praia Hotel
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... 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 ...
... is by far the best beach Chet and I have been to ever! The water is turquoise and the sand is white. There were some young kids bathing a horse in the ocean earlier. I feel like I have stepped into another world. Our Pousada is a short walk from here....and is gorgeous. We are only here for a few days so we will soak up the luxury as the wild Pantanal awaits! We spent the first day hanging by the beach and swimming and then having a great meal at the Pousada before retiring for ...
... fish. We both really wanted to snorkel again and decided that 'sod it we are on holiday', luckily our friendly landlord was offering slightly budget trips instead with kids mask included so we decided to get involved the next day. Unfortunately Phil’s health took a turn for the worse and for the next three days he was practically bed ridden with a horrible fever and bug.
We extended our stay in Maragogi to make sure Phil felt completely well again, Sarah spending most of ...
On the day after, I wanted to go to Recife but stopping along the coast at Porto de Galinhas. Rita recommended me to go there. Readin the advice from the book, I ended by a gas station where I was supposed to find a vehicle to get to my destination. There was only a kind of taxi who offered me to go to Maragogi and told there was no direct transportation to Porto de Galinhas from there. I really looked like a tourist ...