Atol das Rocas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Atol das Rocas Natal
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... is what you had to do at high tide. I then met a Chilean couple walking back from the beach. They advised me that the tide was coming up and it would be better if I went back to the centre with them and try the dolphin beach the next day when the tide was low. They were called Rosario and Juan. They are from Santiago, Chile. They didn't really speak English so I was chatting away with them in Spanish. We decided to go to another beach called Praia do Amor, Love ...
... and around you. They were also in a very playful mood and were jumping through the waves, sticking their noses straight up out the water and splashing around with their tails. I think I stayed in the water for nearly 2 hours with them it was that amazing. After that we had to head back as the tide was coming in quick. We had a little wander around town before heading back to the beach. That evening we headed out with a couple of girls from the ...
... shots that were set alight, teaching Brazilians (who spoke no English) international drinking rules, smashing what turned out to be a Brazilian Policeman's drink, twice and meeting a guy who was adamant he was Rachel's future husband, a 6ft 6ish basketball player from Rio who spent the evening calling me his sister-in-law and has decided that the wedding will be in 2 years time and will have lots of Samba....... So save the date ...
As anticipated, a poor night’s sleep, with noise until gone
2.30am and then from 6am – not impressed and left directly after breakfast
having shopped around for a decent place between 7 & 8am!
Unfortunately decent was quadruple the price but was swayed
by the private balcony, complete with boneco, overlooking this afternoon’s
Had not been overly impressed with Natal and was even less
so after the excruciating 45 min bus ride by the most circuitous route possible
to the terminal – was only one faint glimpse of former glory, an old fazenda
with sweeping views over the river.
Had had to wait over ½ an hour for it, so missed the 9.30
bus by minutes. The 10am micro also took a ...