Marina Park Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarina Park Hotel Fortaleza
Stayed on the yacht in front of the hotel with Calvyn and Greg.
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... what I read online and decided to keep searching. We tried every travel agent in the town about booking a ticket but not a single place sold bus tickets. How does a capital city not have the ability to purchase bus tickets for tourists online but can easily book flights to anywhere in the world in just a few minutes? To make it worse, nearly every travel agent has signs on their stores with buses there next to the plane pictures advertising they do ...
... our dinner supplies and decided to just grab a few things as we decided to go for a little date night down on the water. Leesh whipped up a small salad and we walked down to the fish market. On the way, we checked out the night markets and grabbed out bus tickets to Jericoacoara for 75reais before walking what seemed like forever, before finally finding the small blue stalls selling fresh seafood. We grabbed a kilo of prawns for 35reais ...
... and tried walking in the shade as much as we could before arriving, retreating for the shower and air con and crashing out for a quick arvo siesta. The heat eased a bit around 1645 so we head out to the beach again and did some people watching until we watched a beautiful sunset. Seeing sunset along the water with palm trees that backed into a skyscraper city was new for us, but nonetheless awesome. On then way back to the hostel, Leesh got an Ašai bowl ...
... melted in the heat. The WiFi only seemed to work downstairs so we sat there for a little bit before heading up to our air con room to cool off and relax. It was clear this hostel was a drinking hostel as we snagged another free caipirinha between 1800-1900 and the others all sat there drinking all night listening to music. Luckily we were pretty tired and the air con drowned a bit of the noise as we crashed out fairly ...
... not unusual for Brazil. Our dinner companions told us we did not miss too much, but even if we had, we needed to not ouch ourselves. We now have 4 days at sea as we make the crossing and we are looking forward to this and also the cooler climate as we head into the European spring.
The show tonight was Opera Italiano, and it was spectacular, Sam and I (and many others) gave a standing ovation, we loved the singers and ...