Hotel Areia De Ouro
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Kids pool
- Swimming pool
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... I floated there I held their boards steady and then gave them a push when the right wave came along. Annick got some great runs in but Do's board was very wobbly. So she swapped with Annick and also got in a couple of really good rides. Then it was time for our lesson. I asked Jonathan what the technique was to actually catch a wave. He gave a pretty good explanation and then we went in to practice. His tips really helped, and with nary a helping hand from him we managed to catch ...
... surf, palm trees, all with a backdrop of tropical vegetation. We took the staris some 50 m down onto the beach. Being a bit out the way the beach wasn't developed at all with just one permanent structure and a few Barracas with loungers and umbrellas. Praia do Madeiro had the perfect waves to learn to surf, so we decided to give it a go and arranged for some lessons. Sid and Annick went first and Jonathan, a strapping Brazilian surf dude from ...
... ended up with enough food and juice to feed an army. Even though we had to leave most of it we still felt pretty stuffed as we wandered the path behind Praia do Centro to a little beach bar right at the end of the east side of the beach (which was now totally underwater). It was there that we bumped into Aina and Ricard, the Catalan couple that we'd met in the jungle, and it was there that we stayed for the rest of the afternoon drinking ...
... we finally found one in a little restuarant overlooking Praia do Centro, Pipa's main beach. Whilst we lovingly sipped our first taste of good coffee and the girls guzzled on freshly squeezed lime and strawberry juices (for around Eur 1 each!), we gazed out from under the thatched roof of the restuarant at the white sand, blue waters and little fishing boats bobbing in the bay. Pipa started life as a simple fishing village but was discovered in the ...
... the headland at the mouth of the river and surrounded on all sides at high tide - as low tide, jumped the defences and headed back across the sand. Was a nice view and had enjoyed the famed chilli choc ice cream cut with some capiranha sorbet before heading back along the 3km of rocky beaches. Shame they hadn’t completed the renovation ...