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Address: R Pedro Fonseca Filho 2040, Natal, State of Rio Grande do Norte, 59090-080, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel, located on R Pedro Fonseca Filho 2040, Natal, is near Pirangi Cashew Tree (Cajueiro de Pirangi), Ponta Negra, Forte dos Reis Magos, and Parrachos de Maracajau.
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    Travel Blogs from Natal

    Praia do Madeiro II

    A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 15, 2015

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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 ...

    Praia do Madeiro

    A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 14, 2015

    10 photos

    ... surf, palm trees, all with a backdrop of tropical vegetation. We took the staris some 50 m down onto the beach. Being a bit out the way the beach wasn't developed at all with just one permanent structure and a few Barracas with loungers and umbrellas. Praia do Madeiro had the perfect waves to learn to surf, so we decided to give it a go and arranged for some lessons. Sid and Annick went first and Jonathan, a strapping Brazilian surf dude from ...

    Baia dos Golfinhos

    A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 13, 2015

    8 photos

    ... of cocktails, watching the surfers take on the big waves and then gazing at the sun as it set behind the dunes in the west. After our huge lunch we weren't too hungry, so settled on a few plates of very tasty Brazilian tapas. We then wandered around the streets a bit. It was winter and as such low season in Pipa. Weatherwise all this meant was that it rained (for 2 months of the year) and was just a couple of degrees cooler. But the rain ...

    Praia da Pipa

    A travel blog entry by yeo-buijsen on Aug 12, 2015

    6 photos

    ... setting in that it is actually perched on top of a clifftop so whilst a couple of streets run down to Praia do Centro the other beaches are only accessible by stairs or only via another beach. There are 4 beaches of note in Pipa - Centro, Praia do Amor, Baia dos Golfinhos and Praia do Madeiro - and they all more or less disappear at high tide which leaves only a narrow strip of sand on 3 of them and closes off Baia dos Golfinhos completely. This ...

    Arrived in Natal in time for Mexico vs. Cameroon

    A travel blog entry by aliandbruce on Jun 13, 2014

    11 photos

    ... Costa Rica and the other in Maine. And both were short lived. This rain would continue non stop for 4 days straight without any break. But we were at the World Cup and didn't care! We took a cab to the stadium and it was total chaos everywhere, but there was a strong police presence and it never felt over crowded or unsafe. The sheets of rain were so thick you could barely make out the people running down the street to the stadium. I could see only silhouettes ...