Hotel do Amor
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... beach is more for surfers as he waves are big but it is a beautiful beach and we sat and chilled and chatted. Here in Brazil the sun goes down sooooo early. At about 4.30 the beach tends to loose the sun and by 6pm it's pitch black. So at 4.30 ish it started to rain so we left the beach and walked back through town to our hostels passing by for an ice cream on the way. That evening I didn't want to go out so I just chilled at the hit hostel and cooked some dinner. I ...
... and around you. They were also in a very playful mood and were jumping through the waves, sticking their noses straight up out the water and splashing around with their tails. I think I stayed in the water for nearly 2 hours with them it was that amazing. After that we had to head back as the tide was coming in quick. We had a little wander around town before heading back to the beach. That evening we headed out with a couple of girls from the ...
... trannies too. The nuns, with their coffin shaped beer cooler and
one family of pirates, complete with cardboard barque, were entertaining too.
One lad got well egged by a bog group of his mates but
happily foam was more popular, especially with the kids. Had enough of the
crowds of carnival by now so was happy to view it from above with a cold one in
Had not been overly impressed with Natal and was even less
so after the excruciating 45 min bus ride by the most circuitous route possible
to the terminal – was only one faint glimpse of former glory, an old fazenda
with sweeping views over the river.
Had had to wait over ½ an hour for it, so missed the 9.30
bus by minutes. The 10am micro also took a ...
... restaurants. Continuing through to the other side of town and still not being sure where we're headed, our taxi arrived at Pousada de Mirante and we were led to our house built into the trees, a large platformed bungalow with air conditioning and a full bathroom. Each pousada was free standing and isolated from the others. It was the next morning that we were able to appreciate our surroundings on top of a lookout point overlooking the main town and ...