- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wavy beach,
though with less weed.
From 2pm loitered on the balcony but the action was very
slow to start and a couple of “blocos” was about it, with some cursory banners.
Happily the people had made more of an effort, especially the guys in drag – the lithe long-haired surfer
dudes made pretty women in skimpy clothes though there were a couple of ...
... 200 real place I’d seen on
booking.com but they refused to discount, so shopped around and settled on a 50
real place, first one that cheap in weeks. The dodgy electrics, poor décor,
holes in the wall were acceptable but others using my hammock/terrace, were not
and quickly informed of that. At least there was a shared kitchen and good
books in English for swapping.
... 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 ...
... to Ponta Negra and found some to share a taxi –
just as well as not cheap, getting dark and my pousada had sold the room twice
They, of course, blamed booking.com – offered me a bed in a
shared room or what they considered a better option, a bed in a room shared
with the hostel owner – what’s the difference, still shared room with shared bathroom
... chicken wire over the top so animals didn't get the eggs before they hatched. After walking back, we stopped for a late lunch/dinner of pastries-fried dough filled with chicken and cheese along with cervejas. We climbed back up the cliffs towards our pousada for sunset, a remarkable view over Pipa. Our pousada has a sunset bar that they charge an admission fee (free for guests) that has great views over the Atlantic and town of Pipa. Day 2 at Pipa we headed ...