Natal Dunnas Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... waves. It was a great feeling and really nice to know how to do it. The lesson had certainly been worth it. We had the same lunch as yesterday - shrimps and chicken kebabs with garlic bread...deliciously simple and tasty. Fortified with a bit of food I went to try some surfing again, there were few waves and even the good guys didn't catch many. So back to shore I went to help Do continue with her fitness regime. This time she wanted to run up the steps - 176 steep steps to the top. ...
We've had absolutely fantastic weather everyday on our trip so far but awoke to quite heavy rain this morning. This delayed our move to the beach a bit but luckily it did not go on for too long and allowed us to take a taxi out to Praia do Madeiro. To our amazement this was an even more beautiful beach than the other 3 that we'd been on in Pipa. Absolutely stunning - just how one would describe the perfect tropical beach....>2kms long, fine light ...
... at times not more than 15 m from the shore. With much excitement the girls all rushed into the water. The Dolphins moved a bit further out into the bay, so Annick went off to hire one of the canoes on offer in an attempt to get closer to them. They paddled out but it wasn't that easy to get close to them, as although the Dolphins were close inshore they moved about the bay in a haphazard fashion, only showing themselves occasionally ...
... the surfing fraternity. From then on it slowly grew out into a well established tourist spot popular more with Brazilian tourists than with international travellers. Even though hundreds of pousadas have grown up like mushrooms out of the dunes along with touristy shops, bars and restuarants, it has managed to retain a lot of its old charm and feel. There is one main street in Pipa which, unlike Bonito's tourist trap, had a lovely feel to it. Pipa is ...
... sleep in strange beds or hammocks or places every few nights, it now feels natural. Going home is going to take some getting used to! But I look forward to it, to seeing Pinky, family, friends, my beautiful city and familiar streets, shops and food. And decent, well priced red wine, oh how I've missed you!! A ****** bottle here is R100, something at least drinkable is R160/R180! I will miss açaì, fernet and coke, proper heat, humidity which means I never have ...