Natal Dunnas Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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. ...
... it was possible, I now had had even less success. It was just all one big battle with my board and the waves. Bruised and battered I gratefully retired. Clearly there was more to this surfing than meets the eye! We stayed on the beach enjoying a couple of the now mandatory Caipirinhas until the sun went down and then taxied back to the hotel to tidy ourselves up before dinner. We had a lovely evening in Pipa. Being a Friday night it was really busy ...
... ups, planks, star jumps and lunges (or 'lunches' as Do's hockey coach used to call them) in the shallow water. Then it was back to our track for some more sprints before swimming back across the bay to collapse with a fresh cold coconut on our lounge beds, job done for the day. After observing the beach from the comfort of my lounger I could happily conclude that the thong bikini was alive and well and living on well rounded Brazilian buns ...
Having had such a broken night we slept late until 10 am and only just made it to breakfast. It had rained most of the night, but the day was sunny (and windy). We got our first glimpse of our Pousada and it was lovely. Set in the back streets of Pipa it was a peaceful oasis of palm trees, stone and dark wood, with a lovely little plunge pool. We didn't hang around though and went in search of a decent cup of coffee. We hadn't had one yet but miracle ...
... of understanding the ins and out of the Brazilian infrastructure and their take on operational efficiencies, or lack there of. But we of the mindset of not having little set backs or incomplete construction impact our vacation, we were taking it all in more as curiosity. A chance to make heads or tails out of a very complex country we were visiting. We were told to prepay at a stand for a taxi so that the rate was set and the taxi drivers couldn't ...