Atol das Rocas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... waves. It was a great feeling and really nice to know how to do it. The lesson had certainly been worth it. We had the same lunch as yesterday - shrimps and chicken kebabs with garlic bread...deliciously simple and tasty. Fortified with a bit of food I went to try some surfing again, there were few waves and even the good guys didn't catch many. So back to shore I went to help Do continue with her fitness regime. This time she wanted to run up the steps - 176 steep steps to the top. ...
... them up, explained the technique to get up on the board and then took them both into the waves. With her dancer's balance and her supple body Sid got it straight away and was up and surfing from the very first wave. It was fantastic to see. Annick also started well but then managed a few head firsts before finishing strongly with a few good rides. Then it was Dominique's and my turn. Jonathan took us through the instructions and we went out into ...
... of cocktails, watching the surfers take on the big waves and then gazing at the sun as it set behind the dunes in the west. After our huge lunch we weren't too hungry, so settled on a few plates of very tasty Brazilian tapas. We then wandered around the streets a bit. It was winter and as such low season in Pipa. Weatherwise all this meant was that it rained (for 2 months of the year) and was just a couple of degrees cooler. But the rain ...
... the surfing fraternity. From then on it slowly grew out into a well established tourist spot popular more with Brazilian tourists than with international travellers. Even though hundreds of pousadas have grown up like mushrooms out of the dunes along with touristy shops, bars and restuarants, it has managed to retain a lot of its old charm and feel. There is one main street in Pipa which, unlike Bonito's tourist trap, had a lovely feel to it. Pipa is ...
Knew it would be a tough day’s travel and it was – had thought, because of that, to stay the night in Recife, but it was fully booked and managed to get a well priced single in Natal for 2 nights so went for it!
By 8.45 was on a bus to Ipojuca, NOT! – despite what he had said, it went to the point and barely into Porto – had a long walk with luggage so gave him what ...