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So we arrived in Pipa very wet and were glad it didn't take long to find our lodgings for next three nights.Pipa is basically one street of shops and restaurants and 3 or 4 beaches but has a very chilled and laid back atmosphere. Most of the poussadas (guest houses) are in little streets off the main strip.
Our bungalow was ...
After we went to the artisan's market, we came back and I worked online at my classes, at sunset I went out to the beach to watch the surfers, and then the moonrise...then I met the Krickx and we went to the far end ot he Praias de Ponta Negro for dinner.
... on my way round. As I got halfway round 2 dolphins were dancing around the bay amongst the swimmers. Straight into my bikini I ran into the sea & was so excited! They were only a few metres away! About an hour later we returned to Pipa.
Hiring some sun-beds under a shady umbrella overlooking the beach we lazed the remainder of the morning away. The ...
Before setting off for the day our new cook group (Richard, the old truck driver Paul & I) went shopping buying alcohol supplies for the evening ahead.
The drive to Praia da Pipa took about 5 hours or so with our cook group preparing lunch on the way. My marinating of the evening's chicken resulted in soy sauce all over my cream dress! Luckily managed to scrub it out.
Arriving at our campsite I set up my tent, chucked the necessities in & headed into ...
... and borrowed our friends surf boards to try our luck on the waves which was fairly painful and tiring but great fun.
A popular refreshment in the northern region is the "Caldo de Cana" which is the juice from a sugar cane, something we discovered in Pipa. The sugar canes are passed through a machine which resembles a kind of pasta maker to release the natural juice, a massive sugar hit!
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