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- Shuttle bus service
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... so actually felt like maybe were getting some health benefits from it. We had lunch back in the unit before going down to the cafe for an arvo coffee and try sort out accommodation back in Fortaleza and suss the bus times out down to Natal. 1630 rolled around and it was nice and cool by this stage so we decided to throw the exercise kits on and head down to the massive sand dunes on the water to exercise and catch the amazing ...
... each and by 1600, we decided to head down to the beach and have a swim. The main beach in Jeri was real low tide and so we decided to walk around the point over the rocks to see if it was any better. It was a bit windy and slightly cooler so Leesh decided to chill on the sand while I ducked in for a quick swim. The water was warm burn had plenty of seaweed floating in there so I didn't last long. We got back into town and decided to go out for a nice meal somewhere. We menu ...
... who were sitting there taking hundreds of selfies of themselves and then getting their friends to take more of them. It was sickening. We soaked up a bit more sun before a rain cloud set in and it was time to move to lagoon number two. Lagoa de Paraiso was close to its name. White sand and pretty crystal water. It had nice restaurants set up and we were given three hours to kill. Way too much time and we were pretty over it after an hour and a half. The beach chairs were a ...
... so much time on these wasted stops and speed the bus systems up over here. We finally arrived (after around 5 hours) In the small town outside Jeri and transferred into a 4wd before making the 45 minute ride over the sand dunes and bushland into Jeri. We were dropped off at our pousada after a bit of difficulty as the owners hadn't given us a proper address and the place didn't have a sign. So the driver called the number and Cris, the lady renting the place, ...
... take you to their lagoons an other highlights.
There are donkeys everywhere walking arround the town or lying down on the middle of the road. The main vehicle here is the buggy, and secondly the jeep. A license is needed to get the vehicle into the village, and there are no "normal" cars, because they would get stocked on the sand!
At night a lot of vendors put their tents up to sell cocktails, a caipirinha is about 1 euro! And the most ...