My Blue Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews My Blue Hotel Jericoacoara
Travel Blogs from Jericoacoara
... sweat and got the heart ticking over. The sun across the horizon setting off the beautiful rainbow of colours across the sky. It was pretty awesome. We walked back to the unit as the night set in, freshened up and went out to go for a walk around town. We stopped in at the small bar around the corner and got 3 caprihinhas for 15 reais before going down and finding out mate selling the BBQ meat skewers. 2000 came up on us quickly so ...
We intended to have a sleep in today but it failed as Leesh woke thinking she heard a knock at the door at 0700. We went to the door and there was no one there, so we decided to just get up and start the day. We had bought some local made instant cappuccino mix to have coffee that Leesh picked out, but it was like drinking a cup of sugar with a slight caffeine hit. Never buying that again. They just dont get it here in Central and South America as they slaughter everything with ...
Our body clocks kicked in And were up at 0600 and we just lay in bed chatting until 0700. We went out and had a quick breakfast before ducking out to a small restaurant and having two sugar infested coffees, smashing their WiFi before quickly getting back to the room before our lagoon tour pick up at 0820. Not long into the trip we stopped at this tree shrub with a hole in it which was a tourist attraction. It was really bad. Literally a shrub with a hole. But judging by the amount ...
We had our 0740 pick up for today so we got up nice and early, cooked our own breakfast before I quickly ran down to the ATM to get cash out as Jeri has no atms. After running down the few blocks to the bank, I decided to walk back as I was sweating up a storm. I got back to the final corner and saw Leesh standing there loading her bag onto the bus and signalled to me to hurry up. I literally just thought imagine if I got back to see the bus driving away. But ...
... from the North East of Brazil. Possibly the only music we know about where a triangle is a primary percussion instrument, but fun to dance to none the less. Didnt take us long to find a willing teacher and we were off!
We spent 6 nights in total in Jeri, met some great people, some of whom travelled on to Pipa and Olinda with us. All in all "Magical" is probably the best way to describe this place, would highly recommend it to anyone.