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Travel Blogs from Natal
... dune and the headland bent around in front of the city before heading back around to a small sand dune reserve park. We found a spot right between the major restaurants and bars set along the beach to avoid the crowds and got straight into our usual rotisserie sun baking taking frequent dips into the water. A hawker came around selling dresses for 10reais and he obviously hooked Leesh on that bargain and she got a new casual dress. We grabbed ...
... and found a store selling cheap backpacks for 35reais. It was far from flash and was of pretty terrible quality (which we later found out was an overstatement) but for like $13, it'll do to tie us over for a few weeks. Having an extra bag would make packing and transit so much easier so we bought the bag and offloaded stuff into to make our travel a bit easier. We also found an internet cafe and went in and killed a few hours while we downloaded some movies onto the phone so we ...
After leaving Jeri we had the pleasure of back to back bus trips totalling 16 hours - just a tiny bit boring. Anyway our next stop was Natal. We found our hostel - in a residential area but the hostel was nice (lots of hammocks) and there were a few other people around. We got chatting to a German girl (Svenagh) in our room and spent the next couple of days out and about with her. The following day the three of us caught the bus ...
Had to get the old sock out to brew the morning coffee and supplement
from the local bakery before heading off to see the fort – had failed to read
the dire warnings from LP re. walking there, so did and had no problems. Still,
me and the whole town were there so little chance to get away with anything.
... and a churro
The Fault in Our Stars
Sunday, July 6th
FalÚsias Restaurante (Jamille's Uncle's Restaurant)
Praia de Cotovelo (Peanut icecream bar and fish on a stick with wet tapioca)
Watched Nayara play soccer and then we went to eat Brazilian hotdogs