Hotel Pizzato Praia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Natal
... and the awesome day continues. We got off on a tangent in the conversations and found out the locals we were hanging out with, had never heard of a spider drink (soft drink and ice cream). As we were totally shocked by it, we went down to the supermarket, bought a big tub of ice cream and bottle of Coke and 12 more beers. We got back to the hostel as rain set in and whipped up spiders for Oli and Franklin and the two hostel workers. Franklin ...
... We cruised around the streets, checking out the shops and restaurants and bars before heading back. We got back to the hostel and the lad working there Oli, was chilling out on the balcony having a beer (while working, he has it tough) so we sat down and had a few drinks with him and got to know his story and how he ended up here in Pipa. He's had some hard luck the last few years and was starting to really unload ...
... looking for a place to stay to which we replied we were sweet. He kicked on and as we finally got to the hostel, turned out he was the worker there. We checked in to our surf decor covered room and went to the supermarket to get some lunch. This town was perfect for us as it was such a surf town, everyone just cruised around in their swimmers so we were able to strip down and stay cool on the walk there and back. We had a late lunch ...
... 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 ...
... a bit months of travelling and encountering no saffas, met up with two fellow South Africans, Capetonians no less!! We spotted two guys a few times in Leticia the day before we left, buying hammocks and supplies. We assumed they were Australian, and chances are they normally would be. So with that assumed knowledge tucked safely away we carried on with our own preparations for leaving Colombia.
Leticia is a river town in southern Colombia, it borders Brazil ...