Pipa Ocean View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the mistake of lying on the bed for a while. When it came time to get up I could hardly move...all my muscles were stiff and sore and my rib cage and knees felt quite bruised. Clearly not surfing fit! This was to be our last evening out together as tomorrow we'd be flying to Rio and then the day after we'd be off home. We chose a small little restuarant (run by a Swedish chef apparently) and had another good meal. Then it was the same formula - ice cream followed by coffee followed by ...
... Just like Sid, Do also got it straight away and her first ride took her all the way into the shore. I was always going to struggle as although my balance is pretty good I'm not very supple (particularly after yesterdays sprints!) which made getting up into a standing position none too easy. I surprised myself though by immediately getting up and going first time! And then repeated the trick three times in a row before copying Annick and making a ...
... ups, planks, star jumps and lunges (or 'lunches' as Do's hockey coach used to call them) in the shallow water. Then it was back to our track for some more sprints before swimming back across the bay to collapse with a fresh cold coconut on our lounge beds, job done for the day. After observing the beach from the comfort of my lounger I could happily conclude that the thong bikini was alive and well and living on well rounded Brazilian buns ...
... 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 ...
Up early, by 05:25 am we were at the jetty and getting into our boat to go and watch the sunrise. After a short trip our boat driver Paulo cut the engine and we drifted quietly on the still river. The forest was back around us but there was a faint red glow of promise behind the trees to the east. Soft jungle sounds floated to us over the water - the twittering and squawking of the birds, the croaking of the frogs and the chirping of the ...