- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Now this is one of my favourite places in the whole wide world. Not because of the fancy hotels or restaurants, in fact there are none of these. It is a very poor fishing village with nothing much happening at all. There's only sea, sand, sun, sleep...and food...in any order you like. I love this place because of the extremely simple way of life here. The house we stayed in is the home of my Brazilian Aunty (Tia) and Uncle (Tio) and some of their family. The front ...
... of North Eastern Brazilian cuisine. Her and papai are on strict diets because of his heart condition but that doesn't stop her dishing up all the things they are not allowed. We think they are eating 'through' us... but every now and then papai will sneak something he's not allowed when mamae's back is turned. We all have a laugh at our little secret.
I had a very special 40th birthday spent in a remote ...
Part 2 of Camping Brazilian style
In the morning after breakfast at baha de mammaguppie we walked in really hot weather all the way to a Peixe- boi( doogong) museum where we Learnt about Peixe- boi's but It was in Portuguese so we couldn't understand. It was so hot. After we Learnt about the Peixe- boi's being a protected mammal we went on a boat trip ...
... and then spent the afternoon wandering up the inlet, swimming and watched the sunset. Not one of the most fancy of celebrations but still unforgettable.
The next morning we were up early and visiting the centre which is charged with protecting the Pixie Boi, which is a dugong like animal and endangered due to over hunting. Same as the Australian version its a pretty slow and docile and with that much meat was an easy ...
... much as it was in Portuguese but the pictures were pretty cool. It is like a dugong and there are not many of them left so they are trying to protect them. We went on a boat ride to go see one. I was lucky enough to see one right up close.Another boat took us across the inlet where we stopped halfway on a sandbank for a swim. We went further up the river to an Indian village where we had lunch. It was ...