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- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... on the headland at the mouth of
the river and surrounded on all sides at high tide - as low tide, jumped the
defences and headed back across the sand. Was a nice view and had enjoyed the
famed chilli choc ice cream cut with some capiranha sorbet before heading back
along the 3km of rocky beaches. Shame they hadn’t completed ...
Knew it would be a tough day’s travel and it was – had
thought, because of that, to stay the night in Recife, but it was fully booked
and managed to get a well priced single in Natal for 2 nights so went for it!
By 8.45 was on a bus to Ipojuca, NOT! – despite what he had
said, it went to the point and barely into Porto – had a long walk with luggage
so gave ...
One of the things I always wanted to do was to visit the Northeast of Brazil. Every Brazilian knows that this region is probably one of the poorest regions of the country but also one of the prettiest, full of natural beauty, like sand dunes and huge natural lakes. When I arrived in Natal, on route to Macau (RN), it was love at first sight; beautiful sandy beaches, friendly people and wonderful food, it was my ...
It is with some sadness our live World Cup experience has come to an end. I'm not a huge football fan, in fact I only just learned the offside rule through a Facebook post comparing the rule to women waiting in line at a shoe sale...now I get it! But I soaked up the fan festivities, each game so different from the other, due to the culture of the countries playing. We set off to each game with no particular team in mind to support, but by the time we had driven 6kms and walked ...