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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Jericoacoara
... into the water for like a mile and the water won't go past your knees, so strange. All my friends from Fortaleza went to jeri so it was almost like a high school reunion. In the end we only stayed 3 or 4 days but definitely one of the coolest little towns I've ...
... the most popular daily rituals in Jeri is to watch the sun make its descent from the top of "Sunset Dune" -We've watched this every night but from different places... A few times after sunset we watched the capoeristas practicing their art at the base of the dune. Capoeira is a fight that was disguised as a dance, during the slave trade in Brasil, by the slaves brought from Africa. It was a forbidden practice by their owners, but the slaves kept on doing it, moved by ...
... like nothing compared to the London Bridge on the Great Ocean Road but it was a lovely scenic walk and very enjoyable. We ventured through the dunes one morning and came across some wild donkeys and pigs and ended up wading through a lagoon to avoid another hour of walking. Having eaten enough beans and rice we were very excited to discover a kebab restaurant, our taste buds and stomachs ...
Time was running short, so I cut off quite a lot of the Eastern coast and went directly from Salvador to Fortaleza. Once I had arrived in Fortaleza it took me a 20 min bus ride and a 3 min walk to get to my Couch Surfing host CauÍ who lived on the 11th floor of a building conveniently located 2 blocks from the beach. I had planned to stay only one night but ended up staying two. Together with CauÍ and his friend ...
... sitting around or the odd stray dog running around but the rest was just sand. Our drivers stopped for five minutes in the middle of some dunes and we were allowed off to take some photos. As far as the eye could see there was just sand and dunes, sand and dunes. We then set off again and within 10 minutes we were in the town of Jericoacoara - Jeri-kwah-kwah-ra for those of you who would like to know how to say it.
Our hostel (or Pousada) is owned by a very nice - ...