Golden Tulip Interatlantico
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... but it was tasty and we left after a half hour or so and went back to the hostel and chilled out by the pool until the sun decided to calm down. We googled supermarkets and noticed there's one not too far from here and set off to get some food for dinner and returned just before sunset to put our kit on and head down to the beach for a quick workout. We knocked out a decent effort as we tried different things and utilise the sand a bit ...
We got up at 0700 and had enough time finish off the packing and eat the provided breakfast at 0800 and leave the hostel at around 0850. The lad at hostel called us a cab but it took another call to finally arrive just before the massive downpour of rain came through. The cab driver had a DVD screen in his cab and he was just casually watching the morning news as be drove along. We arrived at the rodoviaria at around 0915 and went out in search of the next bus to Natal. Having read ...
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.
Was strategically ...
... only 10 mins to wait for the Recife bus. Had decided to alight at the airport given the hideous traffic and took the metro into town and back out again to the rodoviaria, stuck out in the wilds 17km to the west of centre.
Had just under an hour until the 1pm to Natal, which was supposed to take 4 hours – by 6pm still not there, so hopped off before the terminal with other passengers ...