Travel Blogs from Natal
... the main beach, the gardens were fantastic, full of coconut trees and beautiful flowering plants. We shared these gardens with little monkeys, humming birds and a few cats. Here we have both discovered that we really have a liking for hammocks. On our last day in Pipa we went to dolphin beach, here we were able to swim next to ...
After we went to the artisan's market, we came back and I worked online at my classes, at sunset I went out to the beach to watch the surfers, and then the moonrise...then I met the Krickx and we went to the far end ot he Praias de Ponta Negro for dinner.
... stick with a small side salad.
After lunch we returned to the sun-beds for a few more hours before attempting to find a bank in town; quite a walk but finally managed to get some money out. Then off to the bar from yesterday for some drinks & chatting before back to camp for dinner. Dinner was good - herby meatballs & salady rice; then off for an early ...
... rest of the group had already left so Els, Joost, Richard & I headed into town separately. We couldn't find the others so went to a bar overlooking the sea for a few drinks to finish downloading the cook group songs, although the WiFi was shockingly slow. On the way back to cook dinner we walked along the beach & popped into a supermarket for some water.
Back at camp the Captain came out... After successfully chopping the pepper I continued to drink the night ...
Arrived in Pipa, a small coastal town, to be greeted by yet more beautiful beaches, espetos (amazing bbq meat on a stick) and street cocktails. Some of our friends from Jericoacoara were already in Pipa so we had a nice little crew to hang out with. Pipa is renouned for its Surf and Dolphins so we went out in search for both. We headed to Mandeiro beach where we were lucky enough to watch the wild dolphins playing in ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking