Best Western Hotel Caicara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... directly onto the beach...when the tide is high enough it comes into their front yard.
I spent many happy days here on my student exchange so I was very happy when we were invited to spend a week with this generous family.
The week was full of beach football and lots of food. Like most Brazilian families every meal was a party. For breakfast, lunch and dinner there was a table full of different dishes for us to try. Every lunch was followed by a couple ...
... filled with fruit and chocolate...everything to make us feel as comfortable and as spoiled as possible!
My Brazilian father (papai) had major heart surgery in March this year. When we arrived he was looking quite pale and frail. Our family has certainly brought a lot of energy and fun to the house. He is especially fond of Reid and his cheeky personality. They have managed to bridge the language gap ...
... them. We saw one and it looked like a big poo! It was sick so there were some vets looking after it. Then we went on another boat and set out with other people from the camping ground and went to a part that felt like we were in the middle of the river. It was a sand bank. We stopped for a play in the warm water. Next stop was a little village with ...
... were lucky to see one lulling about and showing off for the cameras. We then headed off in a boat across the inlet and stopped halfway on a sandbank for a swim and a game of tip in the ankle high water. Lunch was at a river bank restaurant in one of the indigenous villages before heading back to the campsite and packing up and returning to Campina.
Monday morning was Reidy’s 6th birthday and, unsurprisingly, his ...
... much as it was in Portuguese but the pictures were pretty cool. It is like a dugong and there are not many of them left so they are trying to protect them. We went on a boat ride to go see one. I was lucky enough to see one right up close.Another boat took us across the inlet where we stopped halfway on a sandbank for a swim. We went further up the river to an Indian village where we had lunch. It was ...