Natal Dunnas Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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I will write about this as soon as it happens Okay I didn't do that much because it rained all the time. In the end we went to the same bar every night. It was fun but this town can get boring very fast. Beaches are beautiful an I did chill with some brazilian chicks for the whole day swimming and laying on the ...
... I guess. We decided to watch the final at the original sandwich shop, where the whole trip started. By this point it was safe to route for Germany who is the team we were routing for if Brazil didn't go through. Germany was playing the best soccer of their life and you could just tell, they were the ones who deserved to win. Netherlands we struggle with because they are an amazing team with amazing skill. Van Persie is an amazing player and Robben could be one of ...
... of days were spent on Ponta Negra beach. We've had our next 10 years of Vitamin D in just 10 days. We loved this beach. The waves were just big enough, the sand was just golden enough, the beers were just cold enough and the shopping was awesome! Every couple of minutes a selection of local handicraft, paintings, jewellery, sunglasses, table clothes, hats...would be walked passed us. Crepes, corn, BBQ cheese, BBQ prawns, caipirinhas, ice cream...would also appear intermittently. ...
Timi and group recommended that we do the buggy ride to Jenipabu and get a driver to take us to Pipa which are two separate trips. They did this while we were in Olinda/Recife and said it was worth doing. We decided that we would do the the Jenipabu buggy ride, and leave the Pipa trip for when Laura showed up. We headed down to the boardwalk to meet out driver, and had about 15 minutes to spare before we left. I hadn't had breakfast yet, and decided to peruse the food vendors on ...
... the Uruguayans saw what we were doing, they just shook their head and screamed in Spanish "Where are you from and why are you so cruel?!" Jorge laughed and yelled something at them in Spanish and took off. We got back to the house in record time to meet back up with Mikey, Timi, Robert and Sarah who stayed in Natal at the house. Half of us took a cab and the other half went with Jorge in his car and headed to our sandwich shop. We used it for a meeting ...